Angelo Airporthotel Ekaterinburg
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... by a warm and humidity free day under cloudless skies - the best day weatherwise of our tour.
We visited the original centre of the city which, back 290 years ago, made its mark as an industrial centre with rich deposits of iron, copper, gold etc. in the area. The rich industrialists built some magnificent homes for themselves. The Bolsheviks or Soviets, as they call the communists, pulled down (as in blew up) ...
... was mentioned. So, back into the hotel we went. Explained the problem to the receptionist, whose understanding of English did not extend to mechanical issues but she understood that we needed some help. She contacted the Russian Automobile Group who sent out a technician to charge the battery. We were amazed at their bureaucratic hiccups – they would not supply a new battery but if we had one, they would install it for us. Anyway, the Technician (or ...
We should have stayed at Katya's place - 'Meeting Point' Hostel a little further from the station. We popped in for some advice on what to see in the city and she was a great help and really cool. So, there's the Red Route and where the Romanov's were killed in Yekaterinburg.
Church on the Blood built in the 90's pays homage to the Romanov's canonised by ...
... the city on foot and told us a lot about the history of the city. We have visited the place where the last tsar of Russia Nicholas II and his family were killed by the bolsheviks. Just before that I was reading a book on the train and I remember a letter that Rasputin wrote to tsar Nicholas II before he was killed. He said "If I will be killed by Russian people, then you and your family will live long and happy life, but if I will be killed by someone ...
... 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
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service