Nobil Luxury Boutique Hotel
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... how much I wanted it to. Luckily for me, Cricova has a restaurant where I could still sample some wines and enjoy a nice dinner - if it wasn't booked for a wedding tonight ... sigh ...
It's impossible to know if it was the hostel or Cricova that had screwed up the reservation, or perhaps it was even a combination of both, but it hardly mattered. Silly things like this never get rectified in a place like this, and you simply have to ...
... to have an interrupted sleep.
We found our sleeper car. One light worked. The vent didn't but the window opened a little. Darlene's first inspection was the restroom at the end of our car. Whew! Clothespin on the nose. And flushing means a trapdoor opens in the toilet and down go the contents - right on the tracks.
Well, we can manage. This isn't the Orient Express after all. A train guy came to our door and threw in sheets ...
... Race, went for a run in the lovely spring weather (the first pleasant, warmish day we've had in Chisinau) and I Skyped with my brother before he had to go to work. Tonight, we're going to a steakhouse with Michael and two of his fellow Foreign Service friends, fun and interesting people with whom we've hung out a couple of times already. I plan to enjoy some of Moldova's really excellent wine (seriously, try it if you see it in a store ...
... that were at various stages of their ceremony. Best of all, they didn’t seem to mind us hanging around and taking our own pictures. We saw little of the caves and the religious stuff inside, but departed rather pleased with ourselves. Although we had hopes of hitching a lift back to Chisinou with one of the wedding parties (alas, we didn’t), getting back turned out to be the easiest hitch-hike we’ve ...
... add, European Union?” or “United States, what is your view point?” or “Ambassador, where does the STCU stand in regard to this?”
Moldova is known, at least in Russia and the former Soviet Union, for wine, and so for the last night (Friday was the final day of meetings), it was arranged for the group to tour and have dinner at one of the famous wineries near Chisinau. So that evening, we headed to Cricova, a massive underground winery that is so big ...