Atrium Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A last minute decision to join the Go Russia organized tour in Yekaterinburg proved to be a very good one. The guide, a retired English teacher and native of Yekaterinburg, who still did some teaching at one of the universities, was excellent. Her five hours of commentary as we travelled out to a site where Europe meets Asia, sights related to the killing of Tsar Nicholas II, and central city sights were delivered with aplomb and in true lecturer ...
... Affective Disorder).
Even more so, the tram conductor.
Even though Katia had written down in Russian where I wanted to go, the conductor was ranting and raving about something.
I think it dawned on her that I was a tourist, and she did actually tell me where to get off.
(Good job as I had over counted the number of tram stops to the park).
The park was a wooded area with a large lake.
Deciding to take ...
... dress very fashionably (especially in the cities). Talking about dress we were interrupted a couple of times by our carriage lady attendant who come into our cabin with a vacuum cleaner to clean up but she was obviously required to wear a different colour uniform to the one she wore when serving teas which again was different to the one she wore when we stopped at a station and she had to get out with her two flags to direct the driver etc.
We were aware that we ...
... which, when the had sufficient numbers could be used to buy factories, refineries, mines or mineral rights. Thus were born the oligarchs who now own London property, football clubs etc. And so to the attitudes of real Russians... They believe that homosexuality is a disease and that increasing numbers of western women chose to be bisexual because it is fashionable to do so. After half an hour in heated debate my Russian host concluded, "I hear what you ...
... replaced them with large Soviet styled office blocks.
Tsar Nikolai II and his family were executed here in 1918. At this site the original house was demolished and a church erected in 2000. We visited a former Cheka (Boshevik secret police) community , a war memorial to the dead of the Afghan and Chetchin wars and finished up the morning visiting an impressive gem museum containing examples of the local precious stones ...