Park Inn by Radisson Rosa Khutor
Travel Blogs from Adler District
... I was thinking Bolshoy was ballet and not hockey but whatever. We have some issues looking directly toward the sun, as you would with any camera, with glare so we make the best of it. We also have had some professional shaders, video engineers who make the picture look great, adjust the picture. Then we got a few of the young college assistants some who got it and some didn't. To be fare I don't know how to shade, but then it's not something I ...
... so very much for sharing this journey with me. Hard to sum up this experience in words. I thought Frank's words could do that for me.
Cow bell makes a very good drink receptacle. Leaks a tiny bit so have to gulp. Russians were/are verrryyyy curious haha.
Our athletes have made me so proud!!!
Had a nice ride on scooter last night whilst ringing cow bell. ...
... before watching the closing ceremonies.
Just as the closing ceremonies were about to begin Robin came to Canada house. We missed most of the closing ceremonies as we visited with robin. (Our olympic venture was now complete as we had some time with the main reason for being there - Robin). We got to see the fireworks outside. How spectacular.
We celebrated for a short time at Canada olympic house until closing and then the final ...
... and juice, team Canada.
Have table reserved at my Living Room, only issue is what Canada gear to wear. Home or away??
Okay all you awesome people in my life...gotta scram and ready myself for the day :P
this is so funny!! hahahahahah
... to ride the train back but Sam said he had a ticket for Brad to the bronze medal hockey game between USA and Latvia and the train line was so long that we took the bus. The line was long there too and we did not get back in time for Brad to pick up the ticket so we just went back to the hotel and watched it on TV with Russian commentary.
Another exhausting but great day at the olympics in Sochi, Russia.