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... we were going to be taking a late evening train out of Yekaterinburg, we returned to the Novotel to relax and wait. The hotel had its own printouts of summaries of news from different countries. In today's edition of 'Britain Today', the headline was "Tree fall woman dies as UK battered", the last paragraph of the article read as follows: "Strong winds, torrential rain and large quantities of fallen leaves are making conditions difficult on ...
... bus from the Train Station was 11.50am, now it's 10am !
So back to the original bus stop for the 11.28am bus.
It turned up.
1 hour later I was at Ganina Yamma.
It was in a really peaceful wooded location and free to get in.
There were quite a few wooden log church buildings and a new church that was under construction.
All laid out well with paths to walk around.
There was also a wooden walkway surrounding where the Romanov family ...
... were looking cleaner with a lot of the dust washed away)! And as Carol had decided it was turning into just one of those 'Man Flu' days, we were going to ignore both my ailments and the weather and enjoy the walk anyway. They just don’t understand do they?
The people of Yekaterinburg have been very clever in helping tourists find their way around by producing a map with a red line on it that completes a circuit of the city passing ...
... will be divided without a war. Putin is a manager, not a warrior. Historically Ukraine is part of Russia. Cruschev's decision to make the Kiev Polit Bureau landlords of the country was made in the context of CCCP. A great many Russians have lived there for generations. We would do well to remember the Alma, Sebastopol and the Crimean war. There will be a short civil war and the Ukrainians will fight each other but in the end everyone will be happy to see two Ukraines. ...
... script. We mooched by the waterfront and ducked into a cafe that had 'the best pies in all Yekaterinburg' and they were mighty fine. They need a tradition like the pie shop in Reading, though, where the lady narrates a list of available pies at the start, saving you from asking for rabbit-niet-and salmon-niet. We also saw Katya's favourite theatre, another old wooden building, a theatre of the avant-garde, named for the director, the inside ...