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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a banya (ok, relatable) and ends up accidentally catching a flight to St Petersburg and falls in love with the girl who owns the flat of the same address, which he breaks into thinking it's his (the joke being that Soviet architecture wasn't very imaginative so the same flats, with the same locks in the same streets were built in every city). I would come to agree with this more and more later on with every new city along the railway, that did begin to run into one another.
... together and the fact we had a common language. They are from Italy, Spain and Algeria .
The city I am in now, is the 5th largest one in Russia, with 1.25 million people. It is along the river Wolga, my first impression: very beautiful.
Had not a chance yet to make pic at daylight, looks nice at night too.
11 June 2014: We departed Suzdal this morning by having the hostel reserve a cab for the early trip. The ride back to Vladimir, where we would catch a train, was an experience. Our driver, dressed in the ubiquitous Adidas track suit, turned the radio up loudly to make sure we could all hear the awful Russian pop music coming from the speakers. He then proceeded to drive about twice the speed limit along a highway where memorial markers for ...
... to use. I'll have a section on train tickets in my Russian travel tips. Elated with our successful ticket purchase, we exited the station and got our first glimpse of Nitzney Novgorod. The somewhat disheveled provincial capital was a far cry from Moscow and Suzdal with many low rise concrete buildings and some dirt sidewalks. We made our way by trolly to our hostel, about a 20min ride. From the outside hostel Illynke looked like a ...
... at the terminal. And after walking 20 minutes I found the college. I bought some supplies for the train. Instant noodles seemed popular given hot water was readily available in the wagons. Vera, with whom I'd left my luggage this morning was there ready to call me the taxi at the cheaper rate. I grabbed my washing off the narrow balcony while she called the car. But it didn't come straight away and I was starting to panic. She was telling me it was a 40 ...