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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ourselves by sitting in the cabin looking at the passing scenery, reading or talking. The train stopped at 4-5 stations during the day for periods ranging from 2mins to about 25mins. Naturally some of us got off when there was time but I think they stuck pretty close to the train they would not want to miss it. We organised a Euchre card game at 3pm in the dining room which was fun.
Since we were travelling 1st Class we got one free meal which was served in ...
... Napoleon's invasion in 1812 and contributing to his overthrow. Army officers return home bringing liberal ideas from Europe, spurring efforts to rein in the Romanov autocracy.
Russia faces determined resistance to their bid to annex North Caucasus.
Russia suffers setback in an attempt to seize territory from the declining Ottoman Empire through its defeat in Crimean War.
... 9 am local time, which is 2 am American time. I thought Russia was 8 hrs ahead; it isn't. It's 7. Russia stopped day lights saving 2 years ago, so maybe that has something to do with it. Today I'm going to do some walking around and then I think I'm just going to rest since I'm tired. I can't really rest now bc I can hear construction. Tomorrow there's a free walking tour at 10:45 that I'm going to attend. I found where the free walking tour is. I got lost bc the map looks ...
Since we arrived at the airport at 2.30 am we had no choice but to grab a cab to our hostel. Thanks to our friend Annette who spent one year in this city, we knew how much a cab ride costs to the center of the city. Instead of the initial price of RUB 4'500 we bargained it down to RUB 1'600.
Even though the cab driver drove up to 160 km/h, we were lucky that we had him because he helped us a lot finding ...
... everywhere! We did well until we didn’t – once taking the subway train in the wrong direction. Then we learned to trash the metro map printed in English for tourists and replace it with a metro map in Russian - which made all the difference in the world. All signs are in Russian deep in the metro system, so only a Russian map makes sense. After that it was quite easy. Just ...