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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... plate. There was another engine that you were allowed to go on though and pretend to toot the horn. After the excitement of all the trains I had to calm myself down with a Mars ice cream bar on the way back to the hotel.
After showering and changing, we had a final dinner with the group at a nearby Georgian restaurant where the food was excellent. I had a Georgian chicken kebab with fried potatoes and a Baltika 7 whilst Wendy had a pork kebab and some ...
... for that. Save that until all else fails. Our hopeless helplessness found its mark. A young, college age man and his really attractive girlfriend (old guys notice this) offered help. He was from St. Petersburg, she was visiting him from Tallinn. He left the station, went outside and found a cab with its Russian speaking driver. And, in Russian, he explained our destination and negotiated a flat rate. After a ...
Hey we arrived What a farce at the border, backwards and forwards, here there and everywhere, can't go through until you have a ticket, go back towards Tallinn and queue to get a ticket, go back to border, oh no we won't let you through because there is a marathon today and the road is closed. Round and round Narva until finally one kind police lady let us through. Unfortunately it didn't stop here, we had to jump through hoops and go through 5 barriers, fill in a myriad of forms, ...
... saying our goodbyes to grandma before dashing all the way across the intersection and up the 3 flights of escalators of the shopping center, which houses 6 movie theaters on its 3rd story.
We arrived in time for our 3D movie. As we came into the theater and found our seats, the commercials started. Then they froze. And nothing happened. For 5 minutes, which is a long time ...
... to pay 50p (per ride) to go anywhere you want. The escalators are three times as long as those in London. The walls and floors are made of marble. Train carriages are twice as wide as are the platforms. Oooh and there's a little lady that sits at the bottom of each set of escalators looking into security videos just to make sure you're behaving. It's all spotlessly clean too. How do they do it? Probably by employing about a million more people than London I'd say. It ...