SPA-Hotel Primorsky Park
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... mountain. There was a big enclosed territory called "Chufut Kale". We payed for the entrance and started going up the hill with the bagpacks for the first time. 20 minutes later we saw an old inrock orthodox monastery-church. It is beautiful. I'd never seen monasteries made out of a rock before. After 20 minutes of admiring it we filled our tanks with water, bought Crimean tea and honey and moved further. 30 ...
... was the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, located in Yalta. Built in 1902 it has beautiful gold painted onion domes and the whole building is painted in yellow and white. The inside details are difficult to see because the lighting is kept so low. However, it was a little gem. We then returned to the ship. As a result of the heavy rain, one of the coaches returning from a trip elsewhere, was seriously delayed by a landslip and the ship was two hours late in departing. We really liked ...
... work hard and there are ups and there are downs. Viktor was a nightmare and to be frank those situations are rare. Mostly you can sit back and watch the world.
And what about blogging. At times, I have had to make myself write it up each day....hopefully, we have not bored you silly with pompous accounts of art treasures but given you a glimpse into our rather quirky world!!!!!
Would we do it again...YES...watch out for the next Episode.......
... a large palace/mosque complex built in 1501 by one of the 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......... <b>Cave Monastery: </b>Also visited the spectacular Russian Orthodox Church Cave Monastery nearby. ...
... Christina showed us some of the sights in central Kiev. We were mesmirised by the beautiful buildings, like the quirky House of Chimeras which featured animal sculptures on the exterior. And of course we strolled around the iconic golden onion domed Orthodox churches. This place was beautiful, and the snow made it magical, and it was obvious straight away that Ukraine was more European than soviet now.
Christina had given us a great introduction to beautiful Kiev, but we left ...