- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Novosibirsk
... is a functional industrial city with not a whole lot for a casual visitor to get too excited about. Aside from its industrial and transport significance, Novosibirsk is most famous for its “Academic City” built during Soviet times on the outskirts of the city. Although Novosibirsk has one of Russia’s leading universities, the Academic City was designed and still functions, through its 25 different institutes, as the ...
... by the time the train stopped at Ishim at 7:59 Moscow time, we'd covered 600km, 749km by Nazyvaevskaya at 10:05. Admittedly, the train left at 20:17 Moscow time-as soon as you are near the station you are taken back to Moscow time, with the clock covering the square showing that, two hours before local time. Having hit Omsk as I type this, we've lost another hour, UTC+7 till some time in the early hours, 2-3 am Moscow time, when we hit the next ...
... into our compartment with a tray full of vibrating massagers...and no matter how many times we say no...niet,niet,NIET! ...he just won't leave. At one point Mr Shady picks up the iPad under the tray having put his tray on top of it!...being spotted he quickly apologies...not quite sure if it was a genuine mistake but we managed to eventually boot and lock the pest out!
Arriving in Novosibirsk we catch a cab from ...
... well for Karen. It was a little weird, but maybe because Shaun was a man, he only needed vodka to drink.
Before we knew it, our driver had arrived to pick us up. We really didn’t want to leave as we were really enjoying the company of this local family who spoke English. We had had such a wonderful time, and really felt like we had a real Russian experience.
The remainder of our time in Novosibirsk was spent in two different hotels, which were both ...
... to her. We talked a bit about ourselves, they showed us photos of their pets, we learned they worked together for a hospitality supply company (Michael was visiting from Omsk) and they'd just become a couple a week ago. Michael didn't speak much English but had his laptop and used google translate which was helpful. He showed us videos of him flying (his hobby) as well as showing us photos and telling us about his friend a 7x's paralympian (he lost his legs at 9yrs ...