Hotel Ibis Nizhny Novgorod
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... The train pulled in to Nizhny Novgorod at 10:14. Thankfully it wasn't raining as I then walked to the Kremlin after dropping my pack in the left luggage room. It was a further distance than what it appeared on the map and it ended up taking me an hour to get there. But I had plenty of time to kill. On the way I had my first view of the mighty Volga river. Nizhny Novgorod was built at the confluence of the Volga ...
... ll make it first on our list.
Yesterday we took the train out of Moscow bright and early and rode to Vladimir. From there, we took a bus to Suzdal, where we stayed in this incredibly cute little guesthouse called Petrov Dom. It's a man and wife who run it, and it was impeccably clean. they have three little rooms for rent with a shared bathroom and shower. Suzdal is a really small town, but it is very cute. Lots ...
... side of the road talking into his radio in animated Russian. We immediately realized something was wrong. He pulled off in a minute, drove us back to the train station and kicked us out right where we'd left from. We still have absolutely no idea whatsoever why they refused to give us a lift.
Anyways, fortunately a unlicensed taxi offered us a lift and while it was more expensive than a normal one would be, we were happy for the ride. After everyone's ...
... she stood in line with me, offering to help me buy the ticket. I accepted her offer with much gratitude. With the girl's help, I got the exact ticket I wanted - platzkart, lower bunk on the side. A bed with some head room, unlike that of my Kiev to Moscow journey. We then exchanged names - hers was Valerie. She offered to show me around Nizhny Novgorod, and despite my suggestion that she might have other things to do, the offer stood. ...
... in the communal power outlet. I was ready to alight. We swapped emails and Ina promised to send that recipe to me. Aleks kindly helped me done my pack and suddenly I was on the non-elevated platform of Perm II.
I walked in to the station terminal and spied a large rail network map of Russia. I saw the most northerly point on the network and bought a ticket for the following day. An unplanned and impromptu act on impulse. Not sure what I've got myself in ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed