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... Leith and I had a wipe down with 'wet ones' which seemed to suffice but other used the shower and said it was excellent.
Now the restaurant car.
This was only about one carriage away from one we were in, so only 8 doors to open (2 doors at each end) and it consisted of tables with bench seats. Each table seating four people, there must have been about 8 tables plus a small bar.
It turned out that the staff were not used to having 28 ...
... the Tsardom of Russia.
Cossacks begin conquering Siberia for Russia.
National Council elects Michael Romanov as Tsar of Russia, ending a long period of instability and foreign intervention. The Romanov dynasty rules Russia until 1917 revolution.
Peter the Great introduces far-reaching reforms, including a regular conscript army and navy, subordinating the Orthodox Church to himself and ...
... thought it was funny that the bank didn't work. The next atm across the street worked just fine. There's an annoying woman in the hostel. The receptionist told me about her and asked if I wanted to change rooms. I was supposed to be in a 10 bedroom but I received an email that I was put into the 8, which at the time I thought "yay free upgrade." Now I'm wondering if it was all a rouse to get a $1.50 more out of me per night. Haha. Jp. I'm in a 6 bedroom which is nice. ...
... landscape of snow covered forests and the occasional village of mostly log cabins. Some of the settlements looked as though they were logging camps, others small farming communities. The first daylight stop was at Argiz where a few passengers alighted and a provodnitsa tapped ice off the bogeys under the carriages. Stopped again at Sarapuv...(?). We passed a few larger ...
... br> Sites Around Town
The landscape of Moscow is so interesting. There are seven "Stalin Skyscrapers" that dot the city. These are distinctive and grand, created in the 1940’s and early 50’s. They are tiered and from 26 to 36 stories high. These were a vision of Stalin’s to compete with the West’s skyscrapers.
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