Barrakuda - 3

Ul. Mendeleeva, 5, Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ul. Mendeleeva, 5, Novosibirsk, is near Novosibirsk Zoo, State Academy Opera and Ballet Theatre, Taltsy Museum, and Novosibirsk Regional Studies Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Novosibirsk

Day 64: Seasoned train-ers!

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jul 19, 2014

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... in contrast to the rundown buildings that fill the rest of the town.

The rain today helped cool down the train from the previously two hot days. It's cool to watch the rain from the train because it makes the scenery look a bit foggy.

Our evening stop had a row of kiosks selling snacks and drinks. They had a Russian beer that some of us split. They sell them in the same big 2L bottles as sodas! It tasted ...

Week 4

A travel blog entry by jackcondron on Sep 19, 2013

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... I have spoken to my friend Churchman about this and he said spray the points with a bit of WD40 and it can keep the water out. I did this but went a bit over the top with WD40 and the car then wouldn't start. Eventually got it going, managed to limp into town at which point the exhaust decided to fall off. I had lost a couple of bolts, rattled off, but I managed to improvise and vowed to buy a bag of locking nuts.

When we eventually made it to the hotel we chilled for ...

Photography from the train

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Jul 29, 2013

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I`ve never been able to take decent pictures from a moving vehicle. One Nikon D5100 and 72 hours on the train give me plenty of opportunities to fix that.

The train runs at an average of 50 km/h. Sometimes it goes over 100 km/h then again it crawls along at a walking pace. There are considerable vibrations to be taken into account. It all asks for a high shutter speed. 1/800 sec did a fairly good job. Then there is the question ...

Novosibirsk and True Russian Hospitality

A travel blog entry by meadventure2 on Nov 23, 2012

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... t we just take a look? But the attendant was determined that we could not enter (seemed like a real cranky so-and-so). As we stood there feeling disappointed and pretty frustrated at all the trouble we'd gone to getting there, we watched the attendant lead the Russian couple in and start showing them around! We were both annoyed and confused but I wasn't about to just walk away so went to another two ladies at the entrance booth to ask again (they were a lot ...

Chicago of Siberia

A travel blog entry by betzgu on Sep 14, 2011

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... take to Akademgorodok he said he was free this afternomm and would bring us there by car and show us around! His name was Alexei..So he came with us the the Train museum and show us the water dam and power plant which serves whole Novosibirsk with energy..

Novosibirk was just so different than we expected teh capital of Siberia! Its really worth visiting it!