Angelo Airporthotel Ekaterinburg
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... out of postcards back then.
An afternoon shower cleared up just as we left the museum and we made our way to a flea market on the other side of the city. On the way though we passed another group of stalls where Wendy bought a(nother) scarf. This one had a painted scene showing Prague Castle, a street lamp and a cat sleeping on a wall. Wendy claims she bought the scarf as the street lamp reminded her of the photograph I took in Prague four ...
... nothing special, yet nothing awful either. It had been a long day of travel, so we unloaded bags and opted for a nearby pizza joint for dinner. Russia was beginning to weigh on me. Yekaterinburg was beginning to relieve some of that burden. This wasn't so bad. 17 June 2014: Yekaterinburg isn't just a pretty face. The city also has loads of historic and cultural character. This is the city where the last Tsar, Nicholas II, fled with his family to escape persecution by the ...
... gunmen, the situation soon became chaotic as the princesses wouldn’t die. It was subsequently revealed that the princesses had the family jewels sewn into their corsets – 16 pounds in all – which acted as a bullet proof vest!!
When the smoke cleared, the bodies were stripped naked (that’s how the family jewels were discovered) piled on to a cart and taken to the forest just a few kilometres out of town. There they ...
... is in the top 100 cities for number of skyscrapers, apparently. We found the church of blood, on the site of the house where the Romanovs were killed. Ornate, icons all over, and portraits of the sainted Romanovs at one end. No pews, and the altar is hidden behind doors, so the whole thing seems smaller than you'd expect. There's an exhibition of the Romanovs and, um, some other things-without Russian we couldn't work out the significance of the few pictures of other dead people. ...
... hlen von Kungur und dann ein Schlafplatz gesucht. Auf einem Hügel neben dem Kloster Belaya Gora habe ich dann das Zelt aufgeschlagen und daraus einen fantastischen Blick in die Ferne genossen.
Heute ist mir ein grosser Sprung gelungen und ich habe Europa verlassen und befinde mich nun in Asien. Ehrfürchtig stand ich vor dem Grenzstein Europa-Asien, den ...