- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
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... throughout Siberia. I just stood and looked......it was amazing. Of course it looked even better as the sun was shining in a clear blue sky. I walked up the coastline until I came to a row of wooden poles (Obo's) with hundreds of ribbons tied to them (remember the tradition of good luck ?). Beyond that was about 2 miles of white sand and behind it trees of all different colours. Again, what a view ! And on the beach were mobile ...
... I the ski lifts, so we can go to the viewing area an see Lake Baikal from a great view. But. Our honcho did not check if they were open and of course, they were not. She then decided for is that we should all do the hike to the other viewing area- yeahhhhh not me. I decided that I was tired and hungry and by this point it was 2.45pm. So we hadn't had lunch yet. Cindy decided to join me and walk back and have lunch. The walk ...
... has beed damaged by a bomb that had completely destroyed her neighbours house. She had therefore decided to leave the country with her daughter to stay in safer surroundings with her uncle in Irkutsk. Apparently, once individuals voluntarily leave the country, the Ukranian government takes it upon themselves to seize their assets and that there is, according to this lady, a genuinely widespread dissatisfaction with the government. On the basis of what she ...
Nigel: So leaving Yekaterinburg on the train was the start of the longest train journey so far and likely ever to be. 57 hours stuck on the train and our only time to get fresh air was when the train stopped at the station long enough for us to get out. Even then we didn't venture too far in fear of the train going without us and our walk consisted of going from one end of the carriage to the other and back again. The journey also marked the crossing point of Europe ...
... houses were renewed, and they look very beautiful with carved windows and roofs. However, there are
also rickety houses with broken shutters.
Recently many churches were restored, and they have a really smart appearance. There are also typical buildings of the 19th century, and of the soviet fundamentalism. All these create an unique picture of the city.
It's interesting how in Irkutsk they respect different periods of their history. ...