5th Corner Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... from L.A. We’re almost exact opposites but it works out well and we get along pretty well.
I’m trying to figure out the best way to not get fat. The food isn’t great but the bread and pasta are edible (so carbs 4 dayz) and is only available at certain times of day so it makes the American snacks you can buy at the bar stations unbelievably appealing. The snacks are cheap but mostly candy and junk that I wouldn’t ...
... something each day but I've got a bit of a routine happening in that area. Picked up the washing, did some ironing then on to a trivia comp, which we won, woohoo! Then we got ourselves to Alfredo's Italian restaurant for a modest a la carte lunch. Then on to St P's for a second day. A little disappointed that the tour guide didn't meet us at immigration. We had to find the bus, which saw us looking a ...
Another cruise .... this time the aim was to get to St. Petersburg and view the opulence of the Czars.
We were not disappointed.
The full details are included in our Baltic Explorer 2014 blog and the companion printed version.
The cruise started and ended in Amsterdam and the ports of call were .......
... 10 minutes and then we're picked up by my cousins hubby. 1 min. later and I was home! Never I would have guessed that sushi was such an event! The couple sitting across from us, got up 3 times to go out and smoke outside ( new law of no smoking inside public places and only 10 feet away from a building went into effect June 1st), they were still there talking, eating and drinking wine when we left. I fell asleep around 2 a.m. ending my long taco/quesadilla yesterday with a sushi ...
... was also a horseradish option. That was epic! I would never taste it again but wow the combination of the vodka burn and the horseradish burn was nuts. We then has starters and I had awesome Borshe soup which is a beetroot based traditional dish, it was delicious. Luke was much more adventurous and chose to have the Ukrainian specialty of salted lard. Crazy cracker! He got a plate covered in thin slithers of lard with some horseradish sauce to dip it in. He ate the ...