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- Refrigerator in room
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Free parking
- Meal plan
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... Party Insurance for Europe, I guess he though that is what we’d be familiar with. Luckily we had purchased insurance to drive in Russia, with the help of a nice older man in Novosibirsk, (seven days into our Russian drive, luckily we were not asked for it before.) The cop was satisfied with the document and the whole process lasted less than 5 minutes. Phew.
We can see a distinct difference in Russia to all the ...
Just after the 1919 Russian Revolution the building was handed over to the Petrograd State Publishing House where it quickly became the city's largest bookstore, and subsequently became known as the Dom Knigi or House of Books. The store remained open even during the Siege of Leningrad until 1942, but re-opened again in 1948. My photograph taken during the rain and dull conditions does not do the building any justice and for this reason, I am including ...
... Had a decidedly average meat and potato dish, but I had a great medavykha, a Russian honey-brewed beer. It was so good I had another at the hotel bar when I got back while reading Anna Karenina. Unfortunately a bus load of chain-smoking Germans had showed up and spoiled it for me. Back in my room, I watched a bit of Transformers dubbed into Russian. Sadly tomorrow would be my last day in Novgorod. The train to Moscow leaves at 9:20pm so I still have a day here.
... log cabin for him in three days. It had three rooms. An eating room, a bedroom and a study. It was built out of oak logs in the 1700's with little leaded glass windows. Peter continued to live in this log cabin after St Petersburg was built. It was his idea to have this city here as his capitol even though the land was a swamp. The city is built on 101 islands and oak pilings are under many of the buildings. All of the canals were formed ...
... you mothers with children. Ivan thus coined Novgorod's new name. Later that day we left to go to a traditional Russian sauna, a "Banya" where you get slapped on the back, **** and legs with tree branches in a room that was a steaming 80 degrees Celsius by a scantily clad Russian girl. This might all sound good in theory, but trust me when I say that smelling you own nose hair singeing is not a fun thing!! After spending as much time as you can in the heat (usually not ...