Park Inn by Radisson Kazan
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... an Egyptian show, and random pill substances. Do I have your attention yet? Before class on Wednesday, a girl from my class and I met at a cafe to review our homework. It was scalding inside the cafe because they were fixing or painting or something the air conditioner. I was waiting to drink my coffee because it was so hot. Well, we sort of ran out of time and I asked if I could get it to go. She said yes and took my (absolutely full) coffee. When I asked if I could get it on ...
... observations of our journey thus far.
1. Despite the fact no one speaks English, they all wear clothes that have English written all over it. Consequently, you see some interesting shirts that you probably wouldn't seen worn in the states. Here are a few examples of some shirts thus far.
a. A little kid wearing a shirt that says "Cream 369" on it... totally confused on this one.
b. A woman wearing a shirt ...
... opportunities to get off the train as it stops for varying lengths of time
(between 2 and 50 minutes) when at a station, it’s the fact that you can’t
shower and after a few days your fresh food runs out and you are left with,
either dried or smoked fish you buy on the platforms or you are stuck with 2
minute noodles! There are of course different classes onboard trains, 1st
or Spalny vagon, 2nd Kupe,
... buildings and a mosque looking incredibly out of place. We skirted around the Kremlin walls passing the Mirage 5* hotel and a pyramid under construction, possibly another hotel. We came to a stop outside the Marriot Courtyard. I couldn’t believe my eyes and stupidly allowed a little hope to creep in. It was dashed when we stepped out of the van and Kate laughed and said, very expensive hotel, not yours. We dragged our bags down the service entrance ...
... was fine. So we boarded about 9.30, set off at 10.10pm and settled into the cabin. Luckily it was just the two of us else 1. Our luggage would never have fitted, 2. It's a cramped enough space for 2 people who know each other, putting 2 more strangers in, not the best plan! So we managed to order a couple of random drinks off the menu (all in Russian) from the train attendant who also spoke only Russian, but it all went well, she showed us how to put down our beds and ...