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<   No. 962   2005-09-14   >

Comic #962

1 Prof. Jones: {walking down a street in Kiev} Kiev is a big city. How are we going to find Dr Smith?
2 Monty: We check out all the hotels near the railway station. Smith may be a common name in the West, but it'll stick out like a sore thumb here.
3 [caption]: {hotel with sign} Palast-Hotel. Welcome International Smith Convention

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The Palast-Hotel still exists in Kiev, renamed to the Premier Palace Hotel. It was built in the 19th century, and was the first five-star rated hotel in Ukraine.

If I ever travel to Kiev, I'll be sure to stay there, now that I've used its name.

2014-11-25 Rerun commentary: ... And when I do I'll sign in as "John Smith".

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