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... lenins masoleum, and into st basils cathedral becauseit was closed yesterday.
we booked our train to irkutsk too. it was tricky as they are pretty sticky about males and females sharing carraiges, but we got one that leaves on friday (tomorrow) afternoon and it cost 15,000 ruples, around 220 euro each. its 84 hours long and as a farr as i can tell, our meals are included,but if south america thought me anything, it is to bring food along ust in case its terrible, or ...
The Kremlin Armory is a separate admission ticket but amazing and worth it. The Armory is a huge building originated as the royal arsenal in 1508. Until the transfer of the court to St ...
... from UB to Moscow for 4 nights and 5 days. We boarded a few days ago and passed through the Mongolia/Russia border very late at night. The Russians were very thorough in searching through our cabin – even using sniffer dogs – but the best part was that we didn't have to get off the train at all. Very efficient…. As I write we are travelling alongside Lake Baikal. At this point I must elaborate on Lake Baikal as it ...
... Time differences and Lea not believing the time Lady at the Station laughing at flip flops and posing. Noddles and cuppa soup Toilet on the tracks Sunset in the snow Matinatta the chap with the *****ian housemate so spoke English Potato Donut bread Sunrise at the station - engine pulling off Sunset thru the back window Dinner stew, buckwheat and Ben eats raw fish Cavier pancakes Small spaces for big ...
... hotel, an IBIS, is very much in keeping with the IBIS tradition. The rooms are very light and spotlessly clean. The storage space is at a premium but is perfect for a long weekend. The main feature that we always take advantage of is the safe in the room; ideal for the ipad and netbook while we’re out. I don’t want some innocuous looking maintenance man entering our room and bugging our stuff. Maybe I’m romanticising somewhat. Of course ...