Ramada Plaza Astana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which was much tamer than the other markets I've visited here, but still worth a few pics.
We went to the new National History Museum, which had excellent displays of gold, including from horses that were buried with the Golden Man (I learned there were seven Golden Men). They have 4 of them here. Unfortunately photos were not allowed, but they're on the fountain out front, which also has the horses with their ceremonial ...
... rousing game of UNO allowed a few team members to meet another patron, while the more introverted took a quieter break. Later this afternoon we'll be going to look at the concert venues.
We continue to covet your prayers, especially as we finalize our schedule, prepare for the concerts and adjust to our jet lag. But we've already seen God working and we can't wait to see what else he will do!
Hard work getting up today, partly because I lost two hours yesterday traveling through two time zones and second because it just seemed a bit ground hog day. The hills have disappeared replaced with soft rolling climbs over plains. The road are quick B type roads but very bumpy and didn't do my knees any favours. It was also a day of firsts. BAD. 1 First time I forget ...
... wheat fields and camped. Despite the mozzies it was a lovely night with campfire and a beautiful sunset. The next morning we started slow and after everything was packed we set of to Pavlodar, the first Kazakh town. It is build on the river Ertris which gives the town a nice atmosphere. We walked around town, fixed the lid of the trailer that had come of during our last few hundred kilometres and enjoyed the warm weather. After two nights we headed for ...
... 5 stories to a marble floor, a great place to throw people who disagree with you! There is also a large opera house at the base with enough seating for a few thousand people. It turns out a pyramid was not the weirdest building in Astana, a city known for its crazy architecture. One building looked like a space rocket or a whale's head according to Sam. Other buildings had all their windows lined with a golden tint, others decorated like glass tiles from ...