The Gerald's Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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What a different and special day this turned out to be. We set off on Brutus and headed to see the local "treasures".
We were not disappointed and what made the experience all the richer for us was the fact that we were not competing with bus loads of tourists who were "clicking and ticking". The visitors who were there were genuinely interested.
... more than 50kph.
The reasons for the relatively slow progress are varied. First the road surface and width is unpredictable, there are many "heavy' vehicles and passing can be tricky, the road may follow the direction of the river but it is up on the hills and therefore has many unexpected corners - some unmarked and is up and down. Furthermore there are the obstacles along the way - horse/donkey carts pop ...
... and Valencia. Their only remaining daughter comes by for a visit but thankfully leaves her 6 children at home with her husband. A little overwhelmed I don't think I can handle that many people the first day. They continue to feed me throughout the day until I am ready to burst. My visit consists of broken conversations and good food- just like pretty much any family gathering but with a little less shouting!!
Before heading off and taking full advantage of having ...
... blow out of Russia." They were fortresses at one time. The frescoes told the story of the Bible to the ill erase peasants. If you ask how the paintings survived, the nuns say : "By the grace of God." But a young nun told us they restored them and put a protective glaze on them. Lunch was a hoot. We stopped at a bed and breakfast where we also had an egg painting demonstration. The guy was very ...
Day two of our trip dawns even colder than the day before (though our room is boiling hot), so we throw on extra layers and head out to see the Painted Churches that are so famous in this region. These churches are on the World Heritage list, and I'm anxious to check them out. V has preloaded Wikipedia pages for all of the monasteries we’re planning to visit today on our iPad so we can study up as we visit. First up is Voroneţ, just a few km outside of ...