Vlad Motor Inn
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... iPad and show where we had been on the map, then where we were from and where they come from was great. To then quickly show some pictures of our travels over the last 5 weeks helped to cover the language issues. As we approached the university two got off early and the other two wanted to walk us though the university grounds, which was great and we got to learn more about them. We saw students outside playing basketball and American football. I think we met the ...
... st dining car, and 24 to get to 2nd dining car because you have to go through the kitchen car to get there. We are actually better off than some of the others who are in carriage 2 or 3, for example. You have to walk through a narrow passage way in each carriage watching out for doors that might suddenly open in your face as you are about to go past. Then of course there is the problem of meeting someone coming the other way. We have ...
... 1077;сс 86;й: тоже порто 74;ый, курор 90;ный город. По набер 77;жной бродя 90; отдых 72;ющие, ...
... I had prepared. We had tried to inquire about this at the S7 office at the hotel in Irkutsk, but the woman had spoken no English at all, which was a bit surprising since she worked for an international airline, but it is Russia. Anyway, suspecting that the Vladivostok office might not be any more multilingual I had used google translate to write out our query in English and translate to Cyrillic Russian and copied the translation to the note pages of ...
... up to the Horizon for some toast and coffee. I didn't’t want anything at that stage so just got all organized and grabbed a cappuccino from the Lobby bar as we went to disembark for our excursion.
We were met by our guide Natalia who was a lovely young woman who spoke really good English and got into a mini bus. There were ten of us all together with Natalia and Vlad the two guides. We had been split into small groups as the later part of ...