- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Despite going verrryyyy sllooowwlly yesterday evening it was clear the train driver was on a promise as we must've sped up during the night as we were certainly bouncing along. So much so, that I had to catch myself from being thrown out of the narrow bed.
Quick brew from the samovar and we pull into Simpferopol station. Think Butlins changeover day and you'll have a feel for Simferopol station. It is heaving and glad I've arranged a transfer through the hotel ...
... it anytime he encountered a flat place. I just couldn't watch. But as the guides always say, the drivers know the roads. I'm not sure exactly how they predict who will be coming around the blind turns, but we made it without incident to our next stop, the Vorontsov Palace.
There were way too many tourists there, and our guide, Elena, became quite frustrated with the staff who were controlling admissions. Eventually we got ...
... br> Reminiscent of a stag night shot drinking session, we tackled the "Sampling Rack". At once, I had the overwhelming urge to start singing and toasting all the famous Ukrainians we had learnt about in the last 10 days. These were definitely wines for drinking on Christmas Day with KP Nuts in one hand and watching Chitty Chitty Bang Bang with one eye shut.
This was a great tour and our new guide "Alena" is an extremely knowledgeable (and incidentally ...
... do we.
The next day, we explored Odessa from the underground. Irina organised some of her friends to take us on a tour of the catacombs, just outside Odessa. We spent three hours in these limestone mines which were interesting and at times, a little claustrophobic.
To finish our time in Odessa, Irina invited us to a poker night at her friend’s house. Once again it was great to meet some more friendly Ukrainians. But also, it was great to do something normal, and we ...
Tuesday, September 11
Well, not such a great day... Katya’s passport did not arrive. UGH!! Victor went to the passport office and out of 500+ only 10 passports arrived! Many people were upset....All righty then, on to plan “B”. We changed our return flight to Friday, and pray that the Canadian Embassy can process Katya’s Visa in one day. (All the flights for the weekend are full, ...