BEST WESTERN PLUS Flowers Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... bench would collapse allowing for a larger sleeping area. Nope. No fat guys in Eastern Bloc sleeper cars, I guess. Until now. We laid the sheets on the bench seats; stuffed the pillows into the pillow cases; unfolded the blanket; turned off the one working light; and crashed. Oops, forgot to lock the door. So back to vertical, and found the door was off the bottom track. Got that fixed, closed the door, locked it and back to bed, or seat as ...
When our friend Michael picked us up from the airport in Chisinau on April 1, he greeted us with big hugs and the warning that there was a chance we might all have to make a run for the Romanian border at some point during our visit. Michael is a foreign service officer assigned to the U.S. embassy in Moldova, and he had been working long hours leading up to our visit, trying to discern what Russia's next move would be with regard to its Russian populations in ...
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... our trip. Indeed the roads were quite horrible and uncomfortable, but the sights we saw were worthwhile. It was surprising how much greener and friendlier Moldova seemed in comparison to Ukraine. Yet, numerous poverty stricken or simply abandoned villages dotted ...
... and the wine was a gift to him.
The day kept getting better. Dinner was at Cricova, and we were all seated around a huge table. There were multiple courses with accompanying wines. I (somehow) ended up next to one of the State Department officials and next to her was the STCU Executive Director, who had worked for the State Department for 30 years. I spent the whole night listening (and joining in, somewhat) to them talk about life in the Foreign Service and working for ...