- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all the humans pigged out on what ever it was they fancied. However, I did make friends with one of the cake shop assistants, using my charm again.
We did enjoy some walks while with Oliver and Maggie, some exercise to help negate the effect of all that cake, though D needs far more of the exercise and far less of the cakes according to L. Think I’ll keep well out of that one.
One of our walks took us through an interesting area ...
... so it seemed like a slam dunk. Well, traveling is always full of surprises and finally, right after we stood at the train station buying our tickets to Odessa, we went back to the hotel in Chisinau and there it was, the email.
It said that the freighter on this Odessa/Varna run was carrying "dangerous cargo" and couldn't take passengers...major bummer. That threw a wrench into the whole Odessa portion because the freighter ride was ...
... and possibly is still used) as cold and uncomfortable-looking sleeping quarters for the monks. You could also walk outside of the cave and stand on a cliff overlooking the river. Everything about it was such a cool experience. We ate traditional Moldovan meal at a restaurant overlooking the river for lunch, then drove to Cricova, a huge wine cellar city situated between 35 and 80 kilometers underground. Cricova has 120 kilometers of underground roads filled ...
... again, a few ‘drops’ of delicious Moldovan wine.
In Moldova, we did have a chilled out time, but a great time. And once again, thanks to couch surfing, we were able to meet a local couple from Chisinau. Rodica, and her American husband Brian showed us a great time in Chisinau. We dined at a local restaurant, chatted for hours over some cold Moldovan beers, and they even had us over for dinner at their place where we had some incredible traditional ...
... because there were three border stops because we did go through Transnistria (but I'm not sure if it counts as a country to add to my total, now at 76 or 77), but mostly because the train is slow. I've been on worse trains, but this Russian one was no great shakes, offering a view of the tracks when the toilet was flushed and no bar/restaurant car.
Andrew and I again rented an apartment in Chisniau, the ...