- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Berlin and thus spoke a little Russian and very little English. The conversation fascinated me not only for its very revealing content but again for the way Helen was able to fearlessly coax information about what I would consider too delicate a subject to ask relative strangers about. 4) Views from the window Helen has said that so far the view of Russia from the train was her biggest disappointment and while I could understand why she thought this as there are surely ...
... and started trying to conceal it behind his back. He told us that you aren't allowed to drink on the train. We did see another guy drinking a can of beer that he bought from the restaurant cart on the train so I'm not entirely sure if the rule is that you can't bring your own alcohol on or whether you can't drink from glass bottles. After polishing off a few secret beers, he fell fast asleep and his feet started to creep towards me from the seat opposite. They ...
... at Yekaterinburg, we depart but try and double check that we are in the right place as our train is to continue on. I ask one of the provanistas aside the train pointing to Yekaterinburg in the book, she signals to me that she can't read without glasses but then proceeds to check people's tickets boarding her compartment of the train, frustrating. Our experience of the russian people so far has been the lovely and very friendly to ...
We are officially in Asia. We crossed the Ural Mountains yesterday. It is interesting how we are in a different continent, but not much has changed; the people and the language are still the same, but we have seen a few people that have looked more Asian, but not in the proportions I would have expected. Yekaterinburg is a beautiful city. This is where the Romanovs we executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918. Yesterday, we went to the site where they ...
... our cabin at one stop trying to sell us glasses. We got to see the scenery of snow building up around us, hopefully it won’t be too cold. We suddenly came to an abrupt standstill 1hr 30mins out of town. Looks like we are going to be late.
We finally get to check in to the hotel. Interesting is how Lonely Planet describe our hotel and I think this might be an understatement. We check in and are escorted to our room, where we find we have been greeted ...