- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- TV Other Russia
- TV Channel One Russia
- TV RTR Planeta Russia
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Multilingual staff
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Meal plan
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The day started of well and got to the boarder cross in good time. even though I was leaving Ukraine they were still very strict and check every thing twice. The Moldovan's were more friendly. The roads started to improve straight away. Some times I find it hard to stop as I am enjoying the ride with great scenery and I just feel comfortable on the bike, so some days I have to ...
Never heard of Svenborgia? Well, that's because it's a secret country that only rich people know about! So how did I manage to find out about this exclusive country reserved only for the most elite of the elitist elite? By accident, while watching an episode of 30 Rock - it's apparently where Alec Baldwin's character takes his holidays, but isn't quite good enough for Jerry Seinfeld, who vacations somewhere even better.
Unfortunately, I ...
This time I made it - sure only with luck from student from est. Bus came 20min late and my tour had started, but because we were 12 in all they made an extra tour so we all got it all. On way back they invited me home on a small dinner party with lots of cricova ...
On our drive into Moldova, which was a long one, we made a stop at Old Orhei, arguably the most important cultural site in Moldova. It was a medieval city called Orhei (renamed Old Orhei when another city was established with the same name). There are ruins of ...
... in the summer of 1994 and have never really left, I did my very best to help its people. This is my story. The country of Moldavia, was one of the fifteen old C.C.C.P republic's, that now can only be described as a place consisting of the most extreme differences one could imagine from a country that seems on the outside to be civilised. When I arrived the people were still trying to come to terms with the changes that its new freedom offered them. On ...