- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is a lake, some swamp land and woods that wobble. It’s an ancient lake that was left from the last ice-age. Gradually it has filled in with silt and debris from vegetation forming a very spongy base for the forest. In places it is possible to make the ground bounce a little though usually it needed someone somewhat heavier than Maggie and L. As for wild life we saw some frogs in the swamp, a moor hen feeding her chicks, and some swans. This ...
... were looking forward to, besides the draw of Odessa.
That afternoon, we heard on the news that there were 40 people killed in Odessa in a fire and riots between the Russian separatists and the local Ukrainians. So fate was telling us to let go of Odessa this time around. We ended up flying back to Bucharest from Moldova (not very expensive) and getting a train to Bulgaria.
Next stop, Bulgaria. See you there in Travel Times.
... barrels, production facilities and more than one million bottles of wine in storage. Whenever heads of state visit Moldova, they are taken to Cricova, which is stunning in scope, filled with history and has beautifully-appointed tasting rooms. John Kerry, Vladimir Putin and Angela Merkel each have a large niche in the cellars filled with top-notch wine given them as a gift. Michael was actually involved in Kerry's trip to Cricova a few months ago. Also of note, ...
... including meat jelly. This Moldovan couple really added to our great time in Moldova.
After only five days in this little known country, we were starting to feel at home. But our travel bug was itching, and it was time to saddle up for our next world adventure. Our final thought about Moldova was it was a little quirky, possibly not the most amazing country in the world, but a place worth exploring. Monasteries, wine and a really chilled time, that was our trip in ...
... is allegedly 750,000 people strong. The apartment company appeared to be slowly renovating a Soviet era ****** building into much nicer apartments (although the renovations sometimes appeared to be pretty cheap and superficial). It made for a contrast between the outside of the building and the stairwell, and the interior of the apartment. Andrew stayed two nights, me three.
I stated the population as ...