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... I sometimes can't tell. I often find myself saying in my head, 'WAW what a life' After the spa I had a thirty minute nap because I was so relaxed it was impossible not to! Feeling refreshed from my nap I headed up to the crew bar, got myself a nice cold Stella, said hello to everyone and headed up to deck 5 (crew deck) where I found myself sat with Stefano the head Italian chef ...
... the Alupaka Palace was closed (without warning or advice) as there were 'important dignitaries visiting for the day. Then it was off to Livadia Palace -'they do have a lot of palaces I must say! Livadia Palace has been the summer home of of Russian tsar's since the 1860's. Livadia Palace is where the famous Yalta Conference of Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt took place in 1945 during the 2nd WW - and there are pics everywhere of ...
... Khans (The Mogul Dynasty - not the Ashtead restaurant!) Lunch was spent eating some sort of Arabic version of Dolmades with a watery mutton soup on a "TUFFET" . To be frank, we had survived very well in the old "small room" department up this point in the journey.........
Cave Monastery: Also visited the spectacular Russian Orthodox Church Cave Monastery nearby. We huffed and puffed up the cliff to a hollowed out crevice into which ...
... Nevskiy. With it’s onion shaped gold domes that have become synonymous with the great churches of the Russian Orthodox faith.
There are no railways or airports in Yalta due to it’s proximity to the nearby mountains and the sea. The nearest airport and railway is in Sevastopol about 1 ½ hour’s drive from Yalta.
The ship departed from Yalta at just after 17:30 and headed along the North rim of The Black Sea for the 212 nautical miles to our next port of call,` ...
... Count Vorontsov as a summer residence. After the 1918 revolution it became museum and survived WWII as headquarters for a Nazi field marshall. It provided housing for delegates to the 1945 conference in Livadia Palace including Churchill. Stalin insisted that Roosevelt stay in the Tsar's quarters in Livadia Palace due to his health.
We started for Odessa about ...