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As we have a full day on the train today we thought it might be a good chance to describe life on board. First to answer those people who were anxious, yes we do have a toilet as well as a shower. Our ensuite is compact but well organised!
We are adapting to the limited space during the day, today will be a big test having to send all day with no excursions. Sleeping has been interesting. As we may have mentioned you tend to ...
... I'm thirsty...). We play cards and I drink beer for a few hours, starting with rummy again, but also teaching Leo "knockout wist" and "chase the ace". We stop at Novosibirsk and some friends of Leo's get on and settle into the compartment next door. They are a youngish couple, with a young son and they are also going to Mongolia for work. As an added bonus, they both speak English, as does another passenger who got on at Novosibirsk, who we talk to for a while. He is ...
... was one. Either big puddles or dusty roads, the main area, business centre except we didn’t seen any businesses, had a square, all dust, and a small shelter where several men in various postures were consuming vast amounts of vodka judging by the empty bottle around them. Amazingly, the roads around the square had solar powered street lighting. The town also boasted a small Buddhist temple and a very poor excuse for a mosque.
We walked around GUM, with our guide taking us to various points within and describing significant historical references. We saw the Hotel Metropol (located near the main KGB building), the Bolshei, Tsum, and Russian Parliament.
We then walked past Christ the Saviour Cathedral and the Red October chocolate factory, ...
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The sun beat down on what looked like becoming the warmest day so far as the Peking to Paris set out three Time Trials across remote farm-land and through forests on our way to the busy city of Novosibirsk.
The Ford V8 of Mike Reeves and Michelle Jana Chan moved up a place to 5th in the ...
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Other places to stay in Novosibirsk
Lenina ulitsa, d. 21, Novosibirsk | 3 star hotelfrom $100
2, Dobrolyubov street, Novosibirsk | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Vokzalnaya magistral', 1, Novosibirsk | 3 star hotelfrom $92
Vostocgnyj Poselok St 9a, Novosibirsk | Hotelfrom $149
88/8 Airport Street, Novosibirsk | Hotelfrom $134