Legend Of Baikal Hotel
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- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... we were dubious. Cleansed by obscure Russian bath habits and some breathtaking walking, we journeyed 300km North, to the Olkun Island, in summer reached by ferry and in winter by a road across the 1m thick ice. Driving across the lake is a surreal but breathtaking experience and we spent a morning exploring the huge plates which then fracture and drift into each other. The water freezes again within minutes of a crack ...
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... to lunch. Lunch at the cafe on the lake was so peaceful. Great fish and fried potato (chips) and a reasonable price. After lunch we headed to the boat and went for a cruise on the lake. Made a wish at the rocks and then off for. Small walk on the banks. We followed a railway line through a tunnel and got some amazing pics as the weather got better and better. It was everyone's plan to jump in Lake Baikal and go for a swim (the ...
... for a bus at the nearest cafe. Having managed to smugly order the one thing we knew how to in Russian, "potato" (and somehow end up with twice as much as we had intended to order) we found ourselves both absent mindedly singing along to a strange techno pop version of 'Do-Wah-Diddy'. Our enthusiastic host took this as her queue to crank the music up so that we spent the following half an hour being deafened by such legends of their genre as 'Ace of Base' and '2unlimited' both of ...
... and rolling has
been minimal. No sign of the gulag lifestyle here.
At each end of the car there are
exciting things to do. Our 2 female provodnitsas (attendants) have
their little quarters at one end which they share with a ferocious,
boiling samovar armed with sundry gauges, pipes and spigots. Did they
have one of these on Sputnik I wonder? This is kept full of water at
the ready for tea and the like...Russians seldom chose 'the like' ...