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Travel Blogs from Odessa
One week in Odessa. A really nice city, didnīt imagine before. Clean, very nice city centre, nice buildings, great restaurants (ukrainian food, great sushi...). Many homeless dogs and cats, I tried to give food to all of them. Had the impression that they eak out a living. Many dogs can walk only on three legs after an accident with a car. Hotel …
Took a cab to dinner last night, just a bit farther out but in the same neighborhood as the Monastery of the Caves. You couldn't pay me enough to drive in this country. It reminds me of Italy in that respect -- only a vague concept of lanes, accelerator pumping balanced with sudden braking and a general aggressive competion for any small space that …
Walked along the port in the warmth today and went out to Morgans club with Tim, John, Ilias, and Doug. Tim and John are from Scotland and Ilias is from Germany. Doug is from California. We went dancing and had drinks on a Turkish style dining room on big white ...
Today was all bright and sunshine. I went out Arkadia beach and walked back along the park boulevard that runs parallel to the coast. The Black Sea is to cold for swimming and the beaches are not very inviting. I guess they're popular because of all the bars and clubs along the shoreline. The park is very nice ...
... possibly the largest man I have ever seen. He informed us that it was the first time it had rained in three months. Lucky us. Having spent the first part of our travels in major cities - London, Edinburgh, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, St Petersburg, Moscow, Kiev - we had envisaged our time in Odessa would be more relaxing than sightseeing with days spent lounging on deck chairs whilst sipping cocktails by a pool or beach rather than pounding the pavement ...
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