Manhattan Hotel & Restaurant
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... Many of the houses resemble the English Tudor style, L thinks they call them 'frame’ house here. Always very prettily painted, at this time of year the narrow balconies have boxes full of brightly coloured flowers. An old church has parts that date back to the 13th century and a stone storehouse is from the 15th or16th century. There is part of an old castle wall and a deep grassy ditch that was once part of the moat.
... Sunday on April 6, playing some strategy board games and talking for hours with Michael. We had forgotten how nice pure down time is. We fully embraced it during our six days in Moldova, and still had time to explore the country's tourism highlights. Plus we got to spend lots of time with Michael, which was wonderful, though we really missed Steph. Our time in Chisinau was really special and we will remember it very fondly--especially since the Russians didn't invade. Cat Tally: ...
... 160; Zambia pros: Livingstone is actually a real city/town, where people live and work, and you can experience a little more real culture. ...
... t actually much to see in terms of tourist sights. There was their own version of the Arc de Triomphe (called the Holy Gates), some government buildings, and a few statues. Chuck in a few museums and that was it. I did like the "Glorinal" though - Moldova's very own combined glory hole / urinal. Or it may not have been. Since most of us hadn't eaten all day, I think the highlight was the various foodstuffs we gobbled along the way, from chocolate ...
... rara neagra. But, other than for enophiles, it doesn't offer the tourist much. Hell, the highlight of our walking tour was a house/museum where the Russian romantic poet Vladimir Pushkin lived during his exile in the 1820's for writing anti-Tsarist poetry, and none of the exhibits were in English and I've never read his poetry.
So Moldova can be crossed off the bucket list. I am on my way back to the Ukraine.