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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... pretty well. The only thing that seemed to wake us up was the times the train stopped.
Negotiating the shower was interesting. It has a water saving feature that means the water switches off every 30 seconds and you have to keep pressing the button to get water. I’m sure by the end of the trip we will have learned how to handle this. Breakfast was a buffet which was again an interesting exercise in a confined space.
... at you. I have stubbed my toes a few times on high stairs, but so far my shins have been saved. I think mainly because I saw three people fall right in front of me my first day in Kazan. I am also getting quite good at stairs, not by choice, of course. My commute is pretty much all stairs. I go down five flights of stairs in my apartment building, walk one block, go up two flights of stairs to the next street, cross the street, and go up five flights of stairs to my ...
87;авлов& #1089;кий Собор). It is beautiful lit up at night. My phone pictures (that I have posted) do not do it justice. I have some on my camera that are much better. I have also posted some from when I visited the Cathedral today in person. Extremely beautiful, ornate, and colorful.
I actually have a "good" story related to my homestay. On Thursday (the morning ...
Now, last year I took a long journey by train (Moscow - Beijing), that was actually quite quaint. This train has none of that quaintness, it is simply a bunch of chairs in a metal tube. And to those who would say that no train is more that that I say ‘no!’ And I would leave it at that, since those people are not worth any more words.
Nizhniy Novgorod is a great example of a medieval Russian city. It is dotted with onion domes ...
... us at all. It’s those that take an interest in you that
really stand out. We met a man on a train who gave us his business card and
told us that if we need any help or a translator to feel free to contact him. A
lovely man on our first train trip, popped his head into our compartment and
told us that if we needed any assistance to seek him out. This group of people
we were currently on route to Kazan with were no exception. They wanted to ...