Park Inn Ekaterinburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I had an excellent breakfast at the hotel, consisting of bacon, sausage and fried potatoes followed by Belgian waffles and maple syrup. Set me up for a day of walking round the city and its museums.
We met our local guide, Natalia, in the hotel lobby and set off towards the city's old military quarter where there was a memorial to …
I woke up at 5.30am and promptly went straight back to sleep as the train wasn't due to arrive until 1.15. I woke again at 8am as we shunted into Tyumen and got up to stretch my legs on the platform, getting breakfast in the process. I bought the first two things that looked edible in the small kiosk with no idea of what they were. They turned out …
... who wanted nothing more than to treat me to a night with some Show Girls, as there was "best Russian girls in world" just around the corner. I politely declined, as it didn't feel very festive, you know? The next day, I met Marina, my new tour guide. In one day we managed to fit in two separate Europe/ Asia borders, the cathedral where the Romanov family were killed and the site where their bodies were hidden, and we ...
On the way there we stopped at 2 different monuments that mark the geographical boundary between Europe and Asia (we're technically in Asia now!).
A highlight of our stay in Yekat was meeting a guy called Nikita from Moscow who was also staying at our hostel. The three of us went for a few beers and met some of the local people, most of whom seem to love the Beatles so being from Liverpool was a big help.
Next stop into Siberia!
To be honest, I'm not comfortable with the raising of Nicholas II and his family to sainthood. He wasn't martyred for this faith, he was killed for political reasons. But the canonisation was totally political so maybe in that respect it fits. But it also forgets, or at least disrespects, all the other millions killed by the Bolsheviks in often much crueller ways. And being in this church just made me feel a little awkward. Yes it was the site of the killings, but seeing ...