Anastasia Hotel Complex
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... sleeping and then angrily pointing at the culprit - Wills.
So what is it like to spend 4 days on a Russian train? Generally it has been better than we expected. Before I get too complacent about this, I need to remember that we need to get back on 2 more trains and the one we have been on (the Rossiya) is meant to be the best of the lot. The carriage was clean and fairly comfortable and we had films and TV programmes downloaded so I didn't get bored like ...
... of unknown filling, cheese, gherkins, bread and so on. Another routine breaker is going to the restaurant car for proper food (by this I mean food not out of a packet) and drinks. One lunch we tried the 'business lunch' where you get salad, soup, meat and rice and sweet tea for about £6. It was pretty good except for the dill that seems to appear somewhere on nearly every savour dish in Russia (for more on this visit www.facebook.com/groups/186326061392049 a ...
After a very comfortable night and an adequate breakfast at our B&B in Lystvyanka we were driven back to Irkutsk. The sun was out, the snow had mostly melted and the day looked promising for a self-guided tour of the city. After depositing our bags at the Angara Hotel, named after the river towards which we now headed. We walked through Kirov Park from where we could see the towers ...
I arrived early afternoon in this hostel, where all my stinking clothes plus my smelly body got a proper wash!
I will organise tomorrow the continuation of my trip, will update you about Irkutsk and my plans during my two rest days here .
... br> weeds, white birch and red pines. Everyone has huge gardens filled
with potatoes and cucumbers so one could forage I suppose. I'm sure
the outcome in winter would be quite different when the landscape is
resplendent with snow and 50 below zero temperatures. Perhaps again
it is all about perspective – no, 50 below is 50 below.
One car down from us is the pectopah
and if you were following along with the earlier posts you will
remember that ...