Legend Of Baikal Hotel
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- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
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... which only served Blinis or dumplings and only beer but it filled our stomach's. Plenty of locals though. I think it must have been a roadside cafe with a view if only we had come a bit earlier
Our luggage had been taken by bus from Lystvyanka in the morning and met us at the station
It was rather a tense moment because a) the train should ony stop for 2 mins and b) It could come in on a platform ...
... a shoe horn which is one of the things Wills thought was necessary to bring to Reading '98, the first festival he attended. (Rosie you can't laugh here as Stu brought an ashtray).
There were some parts of the journey that were a bit unusual. Getting to the bar car was quite an adventure. Each of the carriages was very warm but when you moved from carriage to carriage the corridor in between was just like being outside and it even had snow in it. You also ...
... of the Church of the Saviour and the Polish Catholic Church. As we followed the river we could see the railway station on the opposite bank, and eventually came to the statue of Alexander III. Walking on we came to a row of old wooden houses, perhaps left over from the time of the exiles. This was close to the Regional Museum, which had an interesting display of 19th ...
... drank. After about an hour and a half I was drunk and most of the vodka was gone. We started to stumble back to the guesthouse and continue drinking there. After what seemed like a long walk, we arrived and started drinking outside, then moved up the hill as we were a little loud. After that my mind is a little fuzzy. I remember falling in dirt, in a fire place, down the stairs and in my room. But apparently I was funny!!! Good ...
... arriving in Irkutsk in the middle of the night to finally get off the train in search of our hostel and the promise of a warm shower to wash our respective skins clean of their unenviable 4 day mix of sweat, deodorant and wet wipes! Lowlight: The hour or so we took to find our hostel which, for once, was only due in part to our incompetence. Moreover, if you are ever planning on owning a hostel that is open to clueless foreign tourists in the middle of the night then may ...