Hotel Nikola House
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... our linen and mugs! She always seemed to recognise us when it was time to get back on the train between stops, which isn’t hard, when you’re the only foreigners in the carriage!
After 27 hours, we arrived at Yekaterinburg, the political capital of the Ural Mountains. We spent a couple of days exploring the beautiful city, before hopping back on a train bound for Irkutsk (Lake Baikal). Read more about Yekaterinburg ...
... to relax ;-)
During my second week in Samara we could finally close the project! It was a long and interesting way and of course everyone was quite happy that we passed the last milestone. This was celebrated in a really nice restaurant. In English the name was "old flat" and the whole restaurant was decorated like an old flat, it was actually more a museum than a restaurant. It was a great fun and a memorable ending of the Samara project :-)
... time, it is much easier to withold info on my being American. There is just too much tension here and it is better to avoid it. On the train there was a guy with his friend in the dining car, drunk of course with only tiny little shorts and a mullet and an orthodox cross, staring me down until we told him we were Australians and he stood up and recited a poem and then slobber kissed my hand. Only in ...
... that my brother was completely better. Lili and I got married and returned to her home town of Bukhara. My alcohol business flourished and I stayed in touch with my family from Kashgar. Prince Channing never made the small nomadic country into a great city, but he did alert his good friends Alexius of the village. Alexius, a native Russian, also fell in love with the nomadic society and helped it to become a part of Russia. It is now known as Samara.
... as Kuybyshev, Samara is one of the 10 largest cities in Russia and stretches along the banks of the Volga River. In Soviet times Samara had the status of a closed city due to its aviation industry. It was ready to serve as the backup capital of the Soviet Union should Moscow have fallen to the invading Germans during the great Patriotic War of 1941 - ...