Park Inn by Radisson Kazan
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... where we could take our car for an oil change. Within 15 minutes, he had organised a tour of the Ural Factory with an English-speaking guide, and had organised for us to go to an Auto Workshop to get an oil change done. We followed Sergei (we had discovered his name) as he drove like a madman through the streets of Irbit, to an Auto Service Centre. During their lunch-break (which is generally sacred), a mechanic did an oil change for us, and then whilst ...
... on. Kupe doesnt have the compartment down the side and the compartments have doors otherwise they are the same as plastkartny. I got a compartment with a guy and a woman and her kid. It was pretty quiet, between us we mostly slept. When I get to Kazan it will be 40hr since I left the hostel in Novosibersk and I have had about 6 hr sleep. This train trip has seemed to be the slowest. It seems to take forever.
In Russia every town has a Kremlin. It is a fortified town ...
... pieces including a model of the kremlin.
Headed back towards the entrance and entered a museum I had passed by earlier. This one had lots of cool displays of suits of armour. Unfortunately photos werent allowed and since I got busted twice in the same room (didnt know the first time) I had to be careful. In the end managed to get a few photos in the last room since a display blocked the view of the person watching the room and this person wasnt particularly ...
... added to our pleasure, waterproofs and heated jackets were barely adequate as we splashed our way east, destination Moscow. Jarvo overtakes a police car and is pulled. Oh how he laughed ;), to cut a long story short he evaded jail, having his bike and license conficated but came away 150 euros lighter. I can't mention his later conversation about the incident...there may be children reading this. Hot soup in a ...
... daily grind of school and work yet again, then I will long for my days here in Kazan, but for right now all I can think is that I want to hear English again. It will be so weird to be able to walk down the street and hear people talking and actually understanding what they are saying. I won't know what to do with myself. In fact, I can imagine myself sniffing out the first English speaker and attaching myself, much like ...
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