Best Eastern Salyut Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... br> in sleeper car 15. Always count your blessings.
We share the
Trans-Siberian with other tour groups from Germany, France and Switzerland.
off the train for sightseeing, I am wobbly for a full day and it’s not from all
the vodka. At Lake Baikal, the train supervisor tells us is it is due to the
barometric pressure at lake level.
... well maintained. The problem comes when people want to exit from the main roads. The exits are not controlled by traffic lights, and where the exit is line marked for one lane they form three lanes which all have to merge in one eventually. It is not chaos, just unbearably slow. Coming back to the ship this evening it was so slow that the tour director suggested when we got to a certain spot that it would be quicker to get out and walk. It was about a kilometre through a park. A ...
... metro can be very time consuming. Nevertheless, it’s quite remarkable how people driving Italian, British and German luxury cars can apparently zoom around the wider streets at very high speed without any interference from the police who are in evidence all over!
It will be interesting to visit again in a few more years - my first visit here was 47 years ago. Things have definitely got better since then. Hopefully, I'll be better ...
... vagrant called Vasily, who didn't wear clothes. So, basically a naked tramp who made **** up/had hallucinations. We were then required to take lots of photos of Russian people; apparently we looked like pro photographers. I took my first 'selfie'; felt like a ****! That evening we made preparations for our epic train journey. Most importantly we bought novelty Putin and Stalin mugs. We then tried to locate ...
... total of 1.5 miles, we pulled out of the campsite and onto a dual carriageway shortly after wards. Then about ½ a mile down the road there was a car parked on the inside lane, no hazards, no warning triangle and only his normal lights. I saw him early and slowed down considerable but the conditions gave me no hope and I went into the back of him.
I was furious, the impact wasn't bad, seat belt didn't even lock and didn't need to ask if Josie was okay, ...