Grand Hotel Oka
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... a banya (ok, relatable) and ends up accidentally catching a flight to St Petersburg and falls in love with the girl who owns the flat of the same address, which he breaks into thinking it's his (the joke being that Soviet architecture wasn't very imaginative so the same flats, with the same locks in the same streets were built in every city). I would come to agree with this more and more later on with every new city along the railway, that did begin to run into one another.
... together and the fact we had a common language. They are from Italy, Spain and Algeria .
The city I am in now, is the 5th largest one in Russia, with 1.25 million people. It is along the river Wolga, my first impression: very beautiful.
Had not a chance yet to make pic at daylight, looks nice at night too.
... place and rings built for boxing. At the far end of the plaza, several local leaders addressed the crowd from a large stage. Just across from them, participants were racing their makeshift soapbox derby cars. There was a lot going on and we spent the rest of the afternoon amongst our Russian cohorts celebrating the irony that is Russia Day. 13 June 2014: There was reason for a more personal celebration this morning. It wasn't raining. ...
... except for the nice cafe downstairs. Upstairs the hostel was clean and comfortable. The proprietor Anton was a cool guy with a sweet Russian mullet. He showed us around the place and we quickly settled in. The "unique" part of this hostel was the shower in the kitchen and single toilet. Soon I met the babushka that was apparently living there temporarily, she was crazy. She kept trying to speak to me in Russia, not quite understanding ...
... have had the salad...but then my bread board came out to go with the soup and wow! To go with a single bread roll, I was given roasted garlic, spring onion, red onion, sour cream and the star of the show - little pieces of cured pork fat. Ok - maybe I did make a good choice! The soup was warm and comforting, as a good soup should be and the bread with the various accompaniments was fantastic. A good start to the meal. For main course, Kim had chosen dumplings ...