- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... their way across the carpet and then leapt up onto the chair next to me and then came the grand finale of him trying to actually put his dirty feet on my lap! Luckily the old guy quick as a flash sprung into action and grabbed his feet and tried to force them down to the floor. He was completely out of it though and kept trying to put them on me. Eventually he came to and the feet retreated back across the cabin! The good thing about the younger guy was that he ...
... German (thanks Mr Butler, I knew it would come in handy one day) and babel fish phone app. We get onto the topic of jobs, they are very keen to find out how much we earn, we joke not enough and divert. Again the train is older, I think the first train we experienced lulled us into a false sense of security to modern trains and restaurant cabins.
Noodle tea, with hot water from the samovar and sleep, well needed after a tiring ...
... as UK service stations as well.
The next day was taken up with a city walking tour. Yekaterinberg was founded on metal production as was very important during the second world war as it produced a lot metal and weapons. During the cold war it was a military city and was closed to foreigners but has now been opened up. Its also where the last Tzar and his family were executed. They have now built a church over the Engineers Party house which ...
... probably boost the city even more. The wealth here is due to the mineral reserves they have. Ferro and non-ferro and other gems are available. This was and still is a big city for the military industry. It was closed till 1991. In the afternoon we walk to the main square, lively, full of BMX cyclists, rollerbladers and kids running and playing around. Nice to sit and relax. We have a wonderful dinner in a courtyard.
... order. So they found 11 inexperience rifle men and had them do the shootings. This was how so many mistakes were made and panic set in. The house was knocked down under order from Boris Yeltsin in 1970. The church is built over the top and they have a small memorial in the church for the family. The lower part of the church is dark for respect for the family. The second floor (unfortunately it wasn’t opened due to restoration) is bright and has a tribute ...