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Travel Blogs from Yekaterinburg
We awoke about 8 and I saw that Alec, our translator from the previous evening had left during the night from the top bunk opposite us. Leo went to get himself a cup of tea and returned with cups for both Kim and I. He motioned that I should go to the Samovar to fill them up. We shared a breakfast of tea and pastries and that was enough for us to be able to interact, however, after breakfast the conversation dried up, with no common language. We all went back ...
... the other front king-pin having
The Derby Bentley was running with the roof folded down, taking advantage of the
fine sunshine, but the crew were looking rather hot when we came across them,
working away at changing a wheel. It was the 8th puncture since leaving China
for car 26 of Tony and Lee Strelzow. “Yes we have talcum powder, we have
lipstick, you name it… as for ...
... to another room where we had to be careful in the shower and watch your step as when you moved so did the shower!! I guess the holes in the walls were meant for ventilation?? Don’t think they worked as the room was really hot. As we were late into Yekaterinburg we decided to have dinner in the hotel. Apparently they like to do things separately, so Steve had to watch me eat my dinner and then he ate my left overs and then he was given his meal, a little ...
... Time. The train will finally arrive in Moscow at 1400 Moscow time. I went to the dining cart at around 1330 Moscow time while it was closed while the staff were having their lunch. I got yelled at by the Vampire but then Big Lady responded by saying that it was ok. Oh yeah so Vampire is this pasty looking skinny fellow who wears a navy silk PJs whom I nicknamed Vampire who eprks in the Dining cart. Big Lady is the lady who works ...
... farms, and the occasional little town, or abandoned kolhoz (collective farm). At around the halfway mark we passed just 600 kilometers from the site of the 1908 Tunguska meteorite impact (you know you're in a big country when 600km seems like it's just around the corner!) Inside, we were comfortable, and shared our cabin with a Russian submarine instructor stationed in Vladivostok. He was on his way ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility