Hilton Garden Inn Perm
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... through was just hills but the Urals are the point where Asia ends and Europe begins. About 150 kms from Perm we turned left at a roundabout, straightened up and on a nice flat piece of road and only doing about 20 kms there was a big bang. Neville pulled over and the left rear leaf spring had broken. He managed to dodgy it up with an airbag that he had taken out earlier, some No 8 wire ...
... for tomorrow's probably lonely 240 km stretch.
By the way, the scenery of flat stretches has changed very much to up and down.
This must be the " Pre Ural" hills, which I will cross after leaving Yekaterinburg.
This hills won't be much higher then a 1000m, for a "Swiss boy" like me, who is trained as a proven Alp climber, probably not much harder then crossing the hills in the "Emmental".
Who knows, could be wrong, anyway find out ...
... nice enough, but way to "hostelly" (my new word) for my liking. A number of people were gathered in the common areas, sprawled out on the sofas and floors. Some were wearing filthy socks. Some had awful body odor. None seemed to have any respect for the place. Maybe Im getting old, maybe I'm a bit spoiled, maybe both. I just don't like laying my head down in a place where a bunch of unkempt, lazy potato sacks leave their dirty dishes in the sink like it was their home. It's really ...
... arms of Perm has a white bear with the Bible on its back with a Russian othodox cross on the cover. The bronze, life-size bear is very nice. We like bears, and the bear's nose is very shiny from people rubbing it for good luck. We gave it a good rub and a hug. Nice bear.
The tour highlighted the many old buildings in central Perm including houses of wealthy 18th and 19th century merchants who made their fortunes on minerals and ...
... days I couldn't bear it any longer so attempted more of a shower, fully soaping up followed by a full rinse head to toe, covering the floor in water. It was incredibly successful, until I knocked my toothbrush onto the floor and round the back of the loo. Needless to say, I borrowed Jen's toothbrush for the next few days until I could get another one!
We spend most our days looking out the windows like school children on a ...