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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... very few motorbikes of any kind on the roads here in Russia, where as in the Asian countries, motorbikes, push bikes, three wheelers, tuk-tuks and any other thing on wheels, come at you from all directions and just sort of, weave in with the traffic. The traffic there is generally slower in the populated towns.
There is an abundance of police control with cameras, laser guns, checkpoints and other police presence on the roads ...
... become an archbishop and who was the most important person in the community) upheld the tradition that only churches could be built of stone the timber houses are lost due to climate and fires. There are however the remains of over 40 churches in the town. Some these are still used. They were built partly for prayers but more importantly for storing goods during the harsh winters when prayers were said at home. Following an enjoyable meal in a very nice cafe in the ...
We are in the Russian city of Veliky
Novgorod which is about 3 hours up the track on the way to Moscow. It was our first train ride with many more to come.
The main attraction here is the Kremlin or old walled city. The walls are made of brick and are wonderfully preserved. Inside are a number of beautiful buildings with the most impressive ...
... than 5 minutes) you then went outside into a cold plunge pool, which had a decidedly unhealthy green tinge and could probably explain the rash of illness in the group in the next few days. Ivan and Vlad both felt a little worse for wear after 3 or 4 visits to the heat room, however there were a few diehards, including Stan and Svetlana who, unsurprisingly, absolutely loved it. There was some drama as we were waiting for the taxi's back to the hotel since the ever ...
... living in the city only 30 survived!! The St Sophia Cathedral is within its walls – with the bell tower and some mighty big bells close by. Also the Millenium memorial - an impressive structure depicting the city since its known conception in 869. There are some beautiful churchs in the vicinity but this is another flyby.
Tea at the hotel is nothing to write home ...