Park Inn Ekaterinburg
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As the tour notes said, read books, talk to Russians, stare out of the window and drink Vodka, there is really very little else to do. The countryside was mostly forest with the occasional flat open space which reminded us of parts of East Anglia. Very little farming as the season is so short, a little over 2 months, so what we did see was large …
... one frequented by wedding parties. After much picture taking we were entertained with Champagne and chocolates.
So, we have stepped into Europe, not far to go!!
(*) Btw our party (all from Oz, 5 from WA) consists of 3 mature age couples, 2x mature age ladies, 2x girls 30's, and a single man 50's. Our tour leader is Mongolian and she speaks Chinese, Mongolian and Russian and convereses with us very well in English!
... ahead of myself – as we drove around some sweeping corners, we came across a group of 4WDs and they all looked at our car as we drove past. Travellers! Great, so we pulled over and with many photos and use of the map, we had a nice chance-meet with some Russians from Siberia who were taking advantage of time off work and were on their way to Mongolia for a camping/4WD trek.
We made it to Biysk, found a room, had a nice meal, a hot shower and felt ...
We should have stayed at Katya's place - 'Meeting Point' Hostel a little further from the station. We popped in for some advice on what to see in the city and she was a great help and really cool. So, there's the Red Route and where the Romanov's were killed in Yekaterinburg.
Church on the Blood built in the 90's pays homage to the Romanov's canonised by ...
Our first trip in the trainssiberian railway we spend in 3rd class, which means we share a waggon with 50 other people. But still our place was really agreable. Maybe also because of the low train number we had, which also means a newer train. after a few hours of sitting, laying, reading and playing cards, we opend a bottle of wodka, to adapt to pretend being russian folks..it solwly turned darker outside, so we decided to move to the restaurant waggon (4 waggons behind us), ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking