- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... by the international designation “UA”). Our Ukrainian (?) guide in Yalta apparently had no problem is distinguishing one car from another – when our bus encountered a blocked street in Yalta (a frequent occurrence) he confidently (and correctly) guessed that the problem was caused by an illegally parked Russian car.
Yalta is the legendary resort in the Crimea, the Ukrainian peninsula jutting out into the Black Sea. This was the ...
... one with stunning grounds and an Architect with a personality problem as more than one era is included in the design. And then Chekov's home - just outside the city. Nothing much to see - just some nostalgia where he wrote The Cherry Tree! Or was that The Cherry Tree? When we got dropped back in Yalta, we headed for McDonalds as they had free WiFi and we sat there quite content for about an hour and then just walked back to the ...
... amp; Roosevelt. It's an enjoyable visit especially as there are displays on the Yalta Conference.
Returning to hotel we now have the task of agreeing the final account. Driver has his mobile in one hand and starts tapping numbers into it. I have the figure in my head. Will it be higher (more than likely) or will it be lower (I doubt it). He's taking the whatsit as his phone screen has the number "550" tapped in. You can........ I tap in 300. He taps ...
... a few bottles tucked away back in the Fatherand. We were however strangley told off for touching the 6 ft concrete walls of the vault as the vibration would disturb the sediment. YEAH RIGHT MATE.... it would take a Magnitude 9 earthquake to knock the skin off this gloop.
After our excellent tour we were taken to the "tasting chamber" where we were each given 10 partly filled glasses of different coloured wines with a generous supply of Pretzels to cleanse ...
... beautiful buildings, quirky cafes, and gorgeous churches. We explored the city by day, checking out the port, the famous Potyomkinski stairs, and were intrigued by the many sculptures and monuments around the city.
But in our own Ukrainian style, we met another local through couch surfing. And once again Ukraine delivered us a friendly local Irina, who was willing to show us her city at night. Irina talked about her city and country with pride, and had a real passion for ...