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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... being outgoing. On the trip, however, I wanted to have the best, most immersive cultural experience possible, which will only happen if you're talking to people everyday. So, I might be a more socially adept person now.. maybe. Might just revert back to my old ways and be a hermit like I was in the marine corps. We'll see.
I think solo travel also helps you to become more self-reliant and helps you put things in perspective. I feel like I'm ...
... to be more of a sushi restaurant. The funniest part of this whole experience is that the cafe was in fact two restaurants that had been joined into one. They gave us two menus filled with food from all over the world, it was quite entertaining and a few too many options to handle. Eventually I settled on mulled wine (which was fantastic) and we all enjoyed pizza. To continue in my pursuit of Russian cuisine I ordered a cold summer soup called ...
... always been a question mark in the West, but his ability to reinvigorate the Russian public is unquestionable (Time magazine person of the year in 2007). This reinvigoration and relative stability has generated much support among the public and actually brought many Russians living abroad back to Russia due its democratic and capitalistic momentum. Many Russians, the entrepreneurial and scholarly classes especially, ...
... ticket area which, for some reason only known to Russian Rail, was not anywhere near the service centre but out the the back of the station in a building along side platform one. I was beginning to wonder what the folks at the service centre actually did other than take up space and breath air. I found the ticket area. It was a long, narrow overheated room with about 14 ticket windows but only 2 were open and each had about 10 Russians standing in queue, and ...
... I keep them in good condition for the next part of this journey....Siberia!!
So I have all my supplies in now for tonights train, noodles, beer....erm and a bottle of water!
I'm getting a little excited to say the least as tonight I catch the Trans-Mongolian line train to Irkutsk next to lake Baikal for the next adventure. I will board the train just after midnight and not get back off again until Friday night!
......the wilderness of Russia now awaits!!