Saturday morning and I’m up and ready. My AirBnB is known as ‘the flat of Kostya the sailor‘ and is utterly delightful.
It’s basically one large room, a tiny side kitchen and a shower/toilet. But that’s all I need and oh…I could stay in this flat for weeks, it’s the kind of place that only comes along once in a while and I wish I could have spent more time there.
I had coffee and breakfast and met up with my friends from the day before. I insisted on stopping for cats, it’s what I’d do at home after all.
We had an enjoyable lunch at Dizyngoff, a Ukrainian-Israeli restaurant.
We walked for most of the day…
One thought on “Monday in Odesa”
Great pictures. I was there in August 2014 and stayed at Londonskaya. It was very quiet then but I understand that more tourists have found the city now. As I walked around the town, two words came to my mind: beautiful and sad. Beautiful for the architecture and sad because so many were detoriating. Also sad for the effect Putin’s war had on the economy.