MIR Corporation articles

The Amazon Solo, on which we cruised for a week along the Turquoise Coast.
Visiting modern cities and ancient sites on a circle tour plus relaxing on a gulet cruise along the Turquoise Coast
I read the article “The Great Train Journey — Vladivostok to Moscow” by Jack Ogg (March ’13, pg.
20 days/19 nights, Aug. 20-Sept. 8, 2013. Highlights: Ankara, Turkey/Hittite site of Hattusa/carved rock reliefs in Yazilikaya/Greek Orthodox Monastery, Sümela/Mongol monuments in Erzurum/Batumi on Georgia’s coast/Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park/Gori, Stalin’s hometown. Land, $6,995.
I was very pleased to read Marvin Primack's letter "Misconceptions of Iran" (March'13, pg. 26). How lovely to read of someone else's pleasant experience in that wonderful country.
I agree with the letter written by Marvin Primack (March '13, pg. 26) concerning misconceptions about Iran.
The Golden Eagle circling Lake Baikal.
A long-distance luxury rail journey from Vladisvostok to 
Moscow — the world’s greatest train ride
A tour member and (center) Bune Primack, wearing clothes they bought in Iran, sp
My wife, Bune, and I took the 18-day “Ancient Persia – Modern Iran” trip from MIR Corporation (Seattle, WA; 800/424-7289), April 3-20, 2012. The land price was $5,895 per person, and internal airfare was $150.
View of Vatopediou Monastery.
Finding solace (and a bit of frustration) on a long-anticipated 
visit to the monasteries of Mt. Athos
St. Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery in Kiev, Ukraine.
From the mountains to the sea — exploring the Caucasus as 
well as Ukraine and Belarus on a 3-week custom tour