Ekaterinburg -Tsentralny Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... been full of new experiences (and mosquito bites!) We took a train to Arzamas from Nizhny Novgorod last Thursday, to be met with our most prolific hosting yet. Our actual Servas host had had a baby two weeks earlier, so we didn't meet her, but she had arranged her friends to host us abundantly. We were met at the station with a car, driven to our hotel where another friend awaited to translate important things like what time did we want breakfast. We settled ...
... to find our way back to our carriage following our increasingly regular trips to the restaurant car as all you had to do was wait for the smell of a decaying corpse to hit you at the entry point of our new 'home'! But it would be unfair to say that our being at the bottom of the carriage caste system did anything to detract from the experience. The smell gave us something to discuss what corpse might be rotting outside our cabin. Helen went for fox while I felt it had a ...
... overnight! I was on the top bunk and the top of my head was in line with the window. It was so windy and noisy when a train when by! The following day went by pretty quickly. Each cabin has a conductor that looks after that cabin and she decided she wanted to come and find out all about us. She didn't speak any English so we had lots of fun acting things out and drawing pictures to try to communicate. She disappeared off and came back with a young guy who ...
... heartless murders of these innocents. They were merely Russian citizens, the Tsar having signed away his claim to the throne. Boris was a reformer and after the putsch he dismantled much of the choking beauracracy and ended the food queues that were a feature of daily life. At first imported items in shops were like exhibits in a museum, being too expensive to buy but soon things improved. At the first Mc Donald's in Moscow a Big Mac Meal cost the equivalent ...
... to the effects of vodka and a predominantly private health system (there are lots of disabled and old begging). We munch on yet another pasty from a small kiosk and find a seat in the waiting area. And we wait and wait some more before getting on the train to Novosibrisk.
Our cabin fellows this time are 2 men (Pile 68 & ? late 20s) making me a bit nervous but despite the language barrier we manage to strike a conversation ...