Anastasia Hotel Complex
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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Boarded the train and they can't find the keys to the toilets!! So it was hold on hold on until the train got well out of the city. The cabins are a little smaller on this train but we fitted. We are in the only Mongolian carriage on the train, the rest were Russian. No dining car on this one either so we had shopped for food at the supermarket for all our meals so we feasted! We were on ...
... towns along the route. Sometimes at big cities we'd spend an hour or so, at smaller stations perhaps just a couple of minutes. With the longer stops we'd stretch our legs, get some fresh air and maybe visit the local market for snacks. The train time is always in Moscow time, but we passed through 5 time zones on the way to Irkutsk. You had to learn to ignore the fact the train clock said 7pm and you're heading for bed!
The rest of ...
... here, and so underneath there are flowers, mostly orange, but also blue, white, pink. Industry. A massive area with piles and piles of logs, ie tree trunks cut into identical lengths. More huge piles of fresh planks. Mixed woodland, spruce and silver birch, again less dense, with some patches of flowers in between and baby Christmas trees growing in clearings. A town, still mostly wooden buildings. But here there is evidence ...
... any English but we managed to order through more pointing. We also bought some beers from our provodnitsa as apparently that makes them a bit friendlier towards you. I'm not sure it worked with Wills as every time she came in to do the hoovering he was having a nap. I think she wanted to go and slam the bin shut to get revenge.
So after 4 days of seeing snow and trees and snow and trees we arrived in Irkutsk. The first thing I noticed is feeling really ...
The five of us were met on arrival in Irkutsk and whisked straight off to Listvyanka, a small lakeside settlement about 70kms away. We were taken to our accommodation, supposedly a 3-star hotel, but in reality a bed and breakfast establishment run by a jovial Russian and his wife. We were at first concerned that this seemed to be a long way up one of the few lanes running perpendicular to the main road and so pretty ...