Angelo Airporthotel Ekaterinburg
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
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... we have cappuccino and a bowl of soup. And they have internet, so what you read now is written right here, my dear reader, between the coffee and the soup. The place has no outside door, and the sound of car tires on wet pavement is continuous. But we sit under a heater and dry up comfortably. Before I forget: Sisi is also learning Russian. She uses mnemonic devices to remember the words. Yesterday she learned that 'want' sounds like 'hatsjoe' and that 'thank ...
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... no Russian beer, only Dutch and American. Wendy did have a horseradish vodka though, which smelled disgusting.
After dinner, Wendy and I headed back out to carry on exploring the city's sculptures. As promised, down the main pedestrianised street we found The Peddler, The Lovers, The Banker and The Car, a Man on a Bike (which proclaimed he had invented the bicycle), a horse's head sticking out of the wall, ...
... would become the first president of Russia following the collapse of the Soviet Union! Yeltsin was civil engineer from a village close to Yekaterinburg. He rose through the ranks of the Communist Party and by the 1970’s was the regional party boss and Urals regional governor. By the mid-1970’s fascination with the last Tsar and curiosity around the whereabouts of the remains of the Romanov family began to grow. One Russian researcher ...
... craftsmen can do with them.
After lunch it was off to a monastery out of town which was recently erected on the site of where the belongings - clothes,jewellery etc. - of the Tsar's family were found. Nikolai is now a saint in the eyes of the Russian Orthodox church. It was here that all the females of our party (8) had to put on below knee skirts and scarfs. (*)
We then visited the place a couple of kms down ...