- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Spent the day exploring Ekaterinburg. First stop was the train station to purchase our tickets to Tomsk. Afterward we walked south to the main attraction in Ekaterinburg, the site where Czar Nicholas II and his entire family were murdered during the Bolshevik revolution, removing any chance of a future air to the throne. Currently there is a church dedicated the deposed monarch adjacent to a large marble cross with marks the actual ...
... t have much success. Next main stop will be Yekaterinburg. The views are restricted at times due the amount of trees lining the track, endless silver birch trees as far as you can see..........gets a little boring to be honest! Later in the day we decide to check out the Russian buffet car. The menu has a fairly good choice, I ask for the ham & eggs and a side of chips, because Ian's still not right he decides just to plump for a plate of ...
... our travel companions who are in second class have a nice modern carriage with flashy loos and not a foot pedal in sight to flush. Something seems a little odd here I think, hmmm. We also decided to have a spot of food for lunch on the train and were joined by Deb and Mike. We sat around chatting for a while and then thought it might be nice to have a wine. Well that was a struggle, apparently they didn’t have any wine or didn’t understand what we ...
... around - oh, and a few beers to go along. At 9:30, after not eating since 1, we felt like Laurel and Hardy attempting to communicate our order for dinner. Finally after dragging the waitress and then the manager outside to look at pix, we settle in for a dinner of greek salad, swarmi, beef kebab and manty - a flaky meat-filled bliny washed down with a beer and coke. Today we are off to drive into the Ural mountains and visit a small village and a pottery studio. ...
... This wasn’t as bad as it seemed once we got there. The train turned up on time and we found our cabin which was already occupied by one Russian gentleman called Sergey. By now this was the 3rd Sergey we’d met - it's obviously a very popular name. Donna proceeded to force the man to view our family album to break the ice and was delighted to hear that he spoke a little English, or so he told us. This let Donna loose into ...