Acfes Seiyo Hotel
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... a bustling city also with a lot of traffic. Second hand Japanese cars are better and cheaper than the Russian cars (unfortunately they are RHD) where in Russia drive on the right so the cars should be LHD) This doesn't worry the drivers, from our bus I estimated that nearly 50% of the cars were RHD.
The city has couple of magnificent bridges ( see photos).
In the afternoon we had an hour at the ...
... from a helicopter and entering through a conveniently open window! Also for sure not looking as fit and hunky as he did as I wasn’t there on a ‘mission of luv and romance’, I was on a ‘mission to kill’. Oh almost forgot, I also had my hair gathered up in a bun looking like one of the Teletubbies: very fetching, not, but on this occasion, probably a useful weapon. The door opened. In perfect Russian I gave it to him straight about the noise he ...
... and early'ish night. Some saw fires burning not far from the hotel and they expected I had lit them in a defiant stand for not having the last night of camping cancelled. Like the others I was pleased to have the chance to wake up in a warm space instead or climbing into cold clothes. The road was not a bad as we had expected, but maintained the Russian standard we had come to expect, with limited areas of very nice smooth road. A check of the rear bushings showed they ...
... was not off to a great start and we still weren't sure we should be here.We had completed all of our arrangements for Russia (much of it non-refundable) when Putin started his bully-boy act with the Ukraine. We weren't particularly concerned for our safety (although on this one issue our PM, the fearless Steven Harper, has been aggressively poking the Russian bear), but we didn't like the idea of spending our hard earned cash in a country that ...
... our bags up steps from the platform to street level. Two babushkas were huffing and puffing up the stairs with us. Perhaps disabled folk don't ride the trains in Russia or else they use block and tackle to hoist them up and down. As we got into transfer man's vehicle I nudged Cath and said that they must drive on the left side the road since the steering wheel was on the right, and a quick look around confirmed that all other vehicles had steering on ...