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Haven't added much up to here because I have to say, without rabbiting on about it too much, Noels and I have been pretty crook. It seems to be part and parcel of the whole travel process unfortunately but standing in the pouring rain in Moscow I think is what did it for us. Anyway, enough of that and more of what we've seen or for us, what we will be seeing. Ian and Dave have visited the places so far that are ashore ...
Annie: We have been totally overwhelmed by how lovely Nizhny Novgorod is! It is a beautiful small city at the joining of two rivers, Oka and Volga. We have had a very long day waiting for our train to depart at 11pm, so we spent all day walking, eating and just enjoy the amazing energy of this place. As somebody who is used to the...hospitality which one experiences in Moscow (or a complete lack of!!) I was very pleasantly surprised ...
... and beautifully painted flowers over all the walls. Again too many steps. I had to crawl up steep ones to get to the next level and the exit. Under duress James was patient. He thinks it's in my mind though, so really I should have told him from the beginning how many health trials I have had. Finally got an expensive cheese burger but so worth it. Then staggered back to our room. I did want to see the night lights but too late and too tired. James asleep. Messaged ...
... we were the first in. It gave us time to offload our many bags, stowing them away under the seats and in the overhead hold. Once this was done, we were a little more settled - despite still not knowing who might walk in to share our new home with us!
After a few moments, a couple of heads popped into our compartment, rejoicing after hearing our “english voices”! Introducing Jack and Abby, two English ...
After a very restless night on the train, lots of jerking to a halt and starting off again, we pulled into Novgorod at 8 am and got transferred to the very imposing and Stalin era-inspired Hotel Sadko. Novgorod, New Town in Russian, is a beautiful and apparently the oldest, and at many times over the centuries, the richest town in Russia, dating back to 859 AD.
Our guide today, Natasha, was fantastic. She gave us more of ...
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Velikaya St., 16, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $55
Predtechenskaya St., 24, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $75
Fyodorovskiy Ruchei St.,16, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $78
Aleksandra Nevskogo Embankment, 19/1, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $64
Desyatinnaya St., 6a, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $55
Novoluchanskaya St., 27, Novgorod | Hotelfrom $38