Travel Blogs from Vladivostok
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... gingerly as she was fearful of slipping and landing on her own derrière. After our brief excursion on the ice Mawson and Hurley returned to dry land and tried again to locate the navy souvenir shop. At one point we ventured up a dark stairwell to the first floor of a building thinking that a funky old souvenir shop might be hidden away, but when we got to the landing and peered down a cluttered and rather dirty passageway lit dimly by a single ...
... train station I bought my ticket for the new Aeroexpress train to the airport. The train arrived at 10 and took 50 minutes to get there. Easiest and cheapest airport transfer ever (200 roubles = 6 dollars). The TVs on the train were showing some amusing stop-motion animation shorts revolving around trains. They looked a bit Wallace and Gromit-esque.
At the airport I had a short wait before I could check in. But everything went smoothly. Even the passport ...
... got back in and continued, and I felt more releived than ever before; I dread to think what may have happened! A nice welcome to Russia!
The driver dropped us off at the hostel (communist-era apartment block) amidst the blizzard and we walked around looking for a sign of some description, to no avail. Fortunatley a friendly Russian woman pointed us in the right direction, and we went through the iron ...
... our bags and then take care of some business on line and some reading and some photo labeling and quickly the morning passes and we are downstairs with our suitcases – all four of them – and waiting and hoping our two fellow travelers show up on time and they do and we all pile into the van for the ride to the airport.
At the airport, we are handed out of the car and that’s all from ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center