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... spoken English) since Suzdal and had been getting what I perceived to be so many looks of mistrust, disdain or disgust from most Russians that bothered to look in my direction, that I was starting to get a little fed up and wondering why I was stopping in so many Russian cities along the Transsiberian. Popped into a french themed hotel for an eclair and a coffee and to recharge. After a much appreciated pep talk from girlfriend back home, walked back outside ...
... financed by Americans; not really one of the proud Russian memorials; and most importantly, 100 kms from Perm on unplowed roads.
We were supposed to be met at our carriage by the transfer person but he wasn't there and as this was our first transfer I thought the Russian bureaucracy had foiled us so we made our way to the platform entrance to discuss where he might be and, of course, he had been on the platform but they had given him ...
... to the ice caves. Along the way we see some Tartar villages. They are Islam, so we recognize the mosque. On arrival in Kungur for the ice caves we get a private slot. Our guide understands that kids do not manage a 90 minute tour. After putting on some extra clothes we enter the caves. It is cold, -2 degrees to start with! We get to -5 degrees Celsius. But the views are awesome. We walk along about 15 different "rooms" along a 1.5 km track. This is the ...
... overgrown, cutting the grass is not a priority; big shady trees do offer a respite from the hot summer sun and there are usually plenty of bench seats on which to take a break, though often these are no longer serviceable. These parks are often along the banks of rivers and where there are sandy beaches there is probably some sort of promenade where there are kiosks selling just about everything. On hot days these beaches can be crowded and many people ...
1st day spent on the Transiberian after getting onto the train at 2am. Side bunks upper and lower - a bit narrow. The bottom bunk folds up into a table with 2 seats for the day which is rather handy.
It is the done thing for your average Transiberian passenger to change into track suit, flip flops, trainers or sandels on ...