Alrosa na Kazachyem
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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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 ...
... St Petersburg to be the new, opulent, European-like capital city, but for us, Moscow is/was the face of stern communist Russia. The Red Square and the Kremlin didn't originate with the communists but numerous spy novels have created an inextricable link between them. Red Square doesn't actually have anything to do with communist 'red' but gets its name from a Russian word meaning 'beautiful'. The square was meant to serve as Moscow's main marketplace. ...
... come back on at the same time every night. Passengers can always ask for the lights to be turned on though. The outlets in each cabin also cut out in the middle of the night as well, but then turn back on again early in the morning.
Today was particularly hot and most rooms had our fans on. These fans are pretty cool in that the heads rotate all around to hit (approx.) the entire room. I read a lot ...
... he spoke some English and pointed out for us:
- Lifting the seats revealed storage for bags
· Above the door was storage for bags
· Each bunk has headrests that lift to become storage for small items
· Steps that unfold for the top bunks
· Light switches etc.
As we were getting sorted out the fourth person for our cabin arrived. She was a ...
... 8221;), the G.U.M. department store, and the Lenin Mausoleum. There was a skating rink in the middle of the square and while we were there, Tim got some well-deserved Krispy Kreme doughnuts from the guys. We then went to the 600 million dollar newly-rebuilt Church of Christ The Saviour. There was much rejoicing as people that we thought had ...