Angelo Airporthotel Ekaterinburg
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
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... we were going to be taking a late evening train out of Yekaterinburg, we returned to the Novotel to relax and wait. The hotel had its own printouts of summaries of news from different countries. In today's edition of 'Britain Today', the headline was "Tree fall woman dies as UK battered", the last paragraph of the article read as follows: "Strong winds, torrential rain and large quantities of fallen leaves are making conditions difficult on ...
... and a memorial.
However, the priest's don't speak any Russian so I made do with just looking around.
The return bus was in 90 minutes and I had walked round the whole complex in 30 minutes and it was freezing cold.
Time to add even more layers......good job I had a contingency plan.
Just at that moment, the skies cleared and the sun came out.
Whoever was the Russian Orthodox God was looking down on me.
I felt like I should go into the church and ...
... place but better than the St. Petersburg one.
Our host explained we had been ripped off by the taxi driver having been charge 500rb not the correct 250rb. Which meant it had cost us A$15 (about £8) not the correct A$7.50 (about £4). We cannot afford to be ripped off to this extent all the time!!
He directed us to a good and affordable restaurant which was nearby and very nice. Then back to writing this stuff and prepare for a tour of Yekaterinburg tomorrow.
Both Ciaran and I were booked on the 22:17 train, he to Novosibirsk (a day or so) and me to Irkutsk (three nights). Katya having postponed on us yesterday in favour of sorting stuff out at university, was determined to give us a tour today and so met us at Paul's bakery. The technique for coffee shops here seems to be to serve people very slowly, making coffee with care and attention. The queue moving slowly allowed us to decide which food we would ...
... across the road from the main train station. We treated ourselves to a massage (Nick) and a manicure/pedicure (MJ), got all our washing done and generally had a relaxing few days.
On Sunday, when we were ready to leave, the car wouldn’t start! Remember those panic stations? Well, we visited them again. The battery was D-E-D. Before we left home, we had downloaded a document from RACQ with all the affiliated Automobile associations in different countries ...