Hotel Izmailovo Alfa
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1075;аф 86;н (megafone) and purchase a Russian PAYG sim. Once my phone gets unlocked (thanks Steph) I should be able to use this and once my number gets ported and posted to Singapore (thanks Leona) I should have my normal number back up and running. What an idiot! Despite the fact it is -10 degrees Wills has decided not to wear his gloves and hat. Clearly he would rather be cold than mess up the hair. It really does feel freezing so I ...
... never! Jess and I each had a top bunk in a 16 person dorm. Even by 11pm on Sunday we were two of the first to head off to bed, it seemed everyone else was gearing up for a night of clubbing. In preparation for drunk, loud entries to the dorm in the wee hours of the morning - not to mention the window being wide open and being on a very loud road - I slept with ear plugs and a face mask. I slept soundly the entire night, I only got up around 8 ...
... We got off the train to a beautiful station displaying fine crystal chandeliers. We then boarded and travelled three stops back and came out to a station loaded with many sculptures. We left the Metro and walked out to a very nice square that sported a statue to Karl Marx and across the road the National Theatre. It is a real shame that this is our last day before coming home . . . although we are looking forward to home and ...
... in Mongolia. That is from the outside. Flats built in the communist era were very much subject to the “she’ll be right mate” attitude. However inside all is neat and modern. An older lady owns the place and obviously had many people staying here over the years judging by the myriad of souvenirs, books and postcards from all over the world She told me that she had been offering home stay’s ...
... even though we did not speak the same language. The old man helped drag the mattresses off the top shelf to make the beds and during our confusion of how to get on the top bunk without stairs, he informed us using hand gestures that we must climb on the table and roll in. Kerry decided to give it a try, the action of getting in wasn't easy and the space was very cramped. This left Svetlana, the old man and both of us in ...