Siberian Safari Club Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Siberian Safari Club Hotel Krasnoyarsk
Travel Blogs from Krasnoyarsk
... to let them sit on one of the bottom ones they elected to climb up top and it wasn’t long before he was asleep. The teenager? She read on her smart phone for ages.(Note - if Carol looks fatter than normal it's because she has her
money purse under her shirt - she hasn't put on that much weight!!)
Tried (it was hot in the cabin so finally dispensed with quilts) to settle down to sleep about 9pm as we knew we had ...
... dining car and read Anna Karenina. Thought I'd be much further through it than I am by this point. But still got plenty of miles ahead of me yet!
We stopped at Ilanskaya for 20 minutes, a small unremarkable town. Lots of station vendors on the platforms selling all kinds of Russian foods. I would've bought something if we weren't going to the dining car tonight.
As it turns out, I should've got something from the platform . For one it wouldn't have taken over an hour to ...
... being a short back and sides with a curly peroxide toupee flop on top! She does the night shifts and a chap called Serge is on days. If you approach the loo near her compartment she barks 'niet!' Pointing to the other end of the carriage and the opposite loo. We think this because she uses the closer loo as her personal smoking booth. It is worth noting that There is NO toilet paper in either loo on this leg and it becomes apparent that the overall appearance of a carriage ...
... stopped very suddenly a few times and you were nearly thrown for your bunk. We were climbing, twisting & turning all night which of course you notice sooooo much more when you can sleep. Ian get up at 7.45 as he cant stand the pain anymore, while I try and have a lie in which doesn't last long. Ian takes his normal stance at the corridor window with a cup of black Tetley's. I won't bore you with more scenery detail at this point because to be honest it hasn't changed ...
... hilariously small; half a slice of Swedish-size loaf, with several slices of cheese on top. I could, quite comfortably, eat it in two bites; I could even get it all in at once, but that would be piggy. I'm not remotely disappointed by it's size; on the contrary, I love it! I eat my amusing sandwich in five small bites and read my book until my phone is ready.
Then I go and stand in 2nd class for a while. Even here the windows don't open properly, they just tilt, ...