Sochi, One Year Later
A year ago, we took our seats for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The Russian government reportedly spent $50 billion to turn a relatively unknown ski resort near the Black Sea into a world-class sporting venue. And aside from some hiccups, like broken toilets and buildings without lobbies, it was a success. But Russia hasn’t been as successful in convincing the world’s winterati to come back to Sochi for a ski vacation. What’s the scene on the ground, one year after the Olympics?