Chinggis Khaan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... with hills denuded of trees and some pretty ugly towns, often bordered by mounds of rubbish. We spent 5 hours travelling 250 kilometres, the country now looking like the Mongolian steppes, until we reached the Russian border town of Naushki, a typical, rundown border town, not quite as bad as Sost on the Pakistani-Chinese border, but not much better. Three hours here, so after the border police had checked our papers, we all got off to scrounge what ...
... the train station to play cards. Luckily, Savannah had her priorities in order and had a pack of cards in her pocket. After about an hour we realised we could not sit there for another three hours waiting to get back onto the train playing cards and not having any food or something else to drink. Grace decided that she was going to find a McDonald's (if they even had one), so drew the McDonald's sign on a piece of paper and showed locals trying to ...
... military van? The tour leaves Ulan Bator in two hours! Yawn. Er. What happens in the Gobi Desert? ... Sounds cool! Stop blogging let's g- Hang on. Departure is two hours away? Shower first, it's been a couple of days, remember? Next all the coffee and breakfast. NOW stop blogging let's ...
... written metro stations into things our pitiful English brains could understand, like ASBO, knickerbocker, tea tree, hobo and pocket imp. Oh what fun we had!
It was quite an interesting day to be in Moscow as there were pro-Russia rallies taking place to celebrate one year since Crimea "rejoined"(!). Red square was packed with flag-waving supporters, being closely watched by armed police, the army and overhead ...