Sochi Spa Resort
Travel Blogs from Sochi
... mostly college kids assisting the various camera positions. Lots of questions about what we do and being from the US is a plus -- lots of curiosity.
Mark gave me a magnetic name tag, kind of a joke. VLADIMIR -- BARTENDER. It was a spare I guess but there is some Russian mobster or kingmaker etc in Moscow, Vladimir Vladimirovich. It was a compliment like "you the man." Hell, I have 10 years on the next closest in age so it was fun to ...
... don't worry, there are speed bumps galore here so speed was not an issue. Of course sang our anthem after the game, that did not earn me a husband hahahaa
Still single, no Russian divorce needed.
Cannot wait to see you all! Leaving tomorrow, arriving in Calgary 26th around 19:30. My hours have been so erratic, not sure I will have any jet lag haha.
... back to the hotel with our new found friends Jim and Mym. As usual we are stopped for pictures, high fives, handshakes and requests to trade our Canada stuff for their Russian souvenirs and clothing. Canada hockey pins can get you a Russian jersey etc. Well tonight we are stopped every few feet. It takes a long time to get back to the hotel.
Another super fantastic day at the olympics and now that we got time to spend with Robin it is ...
... of the more secluded ones. Hahahahahahaha, security dudes were really happy when I left that room. Tried my best to teach a really really drunk guy that wanted to marry me to not drive to Canada to see me hahaha....he was beyond help. As many of you think I am beyone help....hahaha
Beautiful warm day here, 2 thing in my tiny ...
... 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.