Alrosa na Kazachyem
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... coin and a dye with the Russian eagle on it. He then had to hit it hard with the sledge hammer. L had a go at videoing it, but she was less successful having hit the wrong button, she does that all too often.We wandered around Arkangelsk quite a bit and meandered through two large fairly new shopping centres. Both had a huge Spar supermarket and a Mcdonalds along with many top brand shops any big city in the west would be proud to host. Sanctions, if indeed ...
I spend today on the train. I see an elk and three goats out of the window... ...and really that's about it, apart from the trees. So many trees! It's as if I'm running some sort of drop-in centre in the cabin. Natascha and Igor's eleven hours are up and they are replaced by Ramon. He is good natured and also speaks some English. As we shake ...
... seconds, but still! An outburst! And I kept thinking, how do these 50 year old women in front of me know what that is?! It's amazing how these things are common knowledge. All the vehicles moved surprisingly fast. Immediately behind the last group were a string of street cleaners - so efficient! No soldiers marching or anything - that's only in red square. It was quite an experience! We got back to the hotel and got in the hot tub to help our sore legs recover. It was a busy ...
... Kent State, I tried to take Russian history one semester and it was cancelled. I guess this makes up for it. Once we left the Kremlin, we headed back to the ship for lunch and leisure. After a quick Russian language lesson, we had a little rest and then dinner. Tonight was the Captain's welcome dinner, so we got to meet a few members of the crew. After dinner we decided to have a few drinks in the bar in the off chance that we may make some friends. Mission accomplished. We met ...
... only held once a year at St. Basil's, the rest of the time it is a place for tourists. We learned that in Russian Orthodox churches there are no seats, worshipers stand, which is considered a more humble posture before God. The services we saw in other churches consisted of the priest chanting prayers with occasional antiphonal responses from the people and frequent making of the sign of the cross. St. Basil's really is great.