Travel Blogs from Krasnodar
... we had for lunch one day, although I would describe it more as a greasy doughnut style bread, rather than our understanding of crispy or flakey pastry. Absolutely delicious!! There's been a lot of slabs of meat, with some potatoes or buckwheat, but my intake of fruit and vegetables has not been substantial.
I quickly realised what a good idea it was to buy a Russian phrase book before I came, as there was no way I would get by in Krasnodar without it. ...
... the sunrise was not overlooked in the background of the sea of clouds.At 7 o'clock we were at the top of the mountain oshtena. ...
... still terrible but I insist they’re fixed. This whole session goes on until 5 in the morning and I somewhat regret the free bed. I go to sleep, hide his kitchen knives and he has put on the calming tones of Vivaldi. I wake up 2 hours later, ensure all I need to do is walk out of the door, say goodbye to him and get out of there. Fun times. If you’d like his number I do have it ...
... in which the winter trees wore "serebryanie angely" (silver angels). I didn't want to get stuck somewhere, gathering silver angels. An unsocial-looking driver, Valodya, put it best when he nodded at Russia's white fields and said, "Bolshaya, unilaya zemlya." (A big, depressing land.) In contrast, to look at gorgeous Elina raised one's spirits. She'd always had long, brilliant black hair and a white face like an adorable puppy's. ...
... but it doesn't really show much of the town. Today is a day at Sea. These days are quite boring because there are so many guests onboard that we can't really use any of the guest facilities, so I end up working most of the day. Tonight Verne Lundquist from CBS Sports is the entertainment so I might go watch that for a lack of something better to do. I have put pictures from Kusadasi and Yalta up. Take ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking