Angelo Airporthotel Ekaterinburg
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... a 'victims of terror' tableau, but that may just be my cynicism. From there we mooched, failing to find the park but finding a spot to sit and read. Both fans of the city by now, after dossing down in the hostel for an hour, we met Katy and Katya back at the same restaurant as the night before. Katya has excellent English (and Italian), with five language diplomas and is a sponge for knowledge, just starting a PhD in linguistics. She guided us to old Yekaterinburg, ...
So we have now entered the start of Siberia. We experienced the sellers of goods on the station who were yelling up to us in our cabin at one stop trying to sell us glasses. We got to see the scenery of snow building up around us, hopefully it won’t be too cold. We suddenly came to an abrupt standstill 1hr 30mins out of town. Looks like we are going to be late.
We finally get to check in to the hotel. Interesting is how ...
We are at Yekaterinburg station and meet with Natasja`s friend Irina and her daughter Julia. They bring us to the hostel and we arange to meet again on sunday for a tour around the city, even though it is directly after Irina`s nightshift on Saturday. At first sight the hostel is a, somewhat shabby, old Russian appartment with 8 beds crammed into it`s 2 rooms. However because of this you can`t avoid (not that we wanted that) ...
... 8217;s during the journey remained unopened.
Sergey got off at midnight and we hoped that we might get the cabin to ourselves for the remainder of the journey. Donna popped off the train to take some more photos, leaving me to try and force some of our luggage underneath the seat in the storage compartment, at which point a gentleman the size of a house decided he was coming in with his mate, both of which were very Russian and once it ...
... 12.20 (new time, now 4 hrs + GMT) we stopped briefly at Serapoul. We decided to have lunch as we were bored but it was sort of lunch time as it was 1.15 (new time) so we had crackers, raisin breaks, mint biscuits (which didn’t go particularly well with blackcurrant tea). After Jean sampled my 'healthy’ crackers she asked me to give a rating between them & her ‘Elevenses’. I was forced to concede that hers tasted ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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