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... They were exquisite. We also saw costumes, jewels, armour, weapons, carriages and china. Such an amazing collection. By the time we got back to the hotel it had finally stopped raining. We decided to go for dinner at a Georgian restaurant about one block for the hotel. It looked expensive and we didn't have many roubles left so it looked like we would have to get out the credit card. This looked like a trendy place - the ...
... traffic slowed to a crawl, we were right at the point that we were going to have to leave the car and make a run for it in between the cars in the pouring rain. Some how Ivan (yes its true that was his name) our driver made some questionable moves and drove us right up to the station. We had minutes to spare! A glass to wine on the train to calm the nerves and another very questionable meal of mystery meat and bread. The trip back was faster than ...
... called Cathy. There was yet more waiting on the Russian border with further passport and visa checks, resulting in us not crossing the border until around 9pm! However, as we crossed into Mongolia we were wished a pleasant journey by the customs officials and saluted by a row of soldiers! Such nice people... hopefully a sign of things to come!!!
For the final leg of our epic journey across Siberia Tubbz and I remained in ...
... t had fish in a while, and I knew I was supposed to eat more of it. So when our salad and soup came, we ordered our main courses. We totally ignored details like price, as there's only so much you can keep track of in a situation like that. The salad had shrimp in it--probably something the waitress had asked about, but who knows? It was excellent, as was my soup, which came in a little loaf of dark rye bread.
... Christian faith is their cross which has three horizontal lines to the design. These represent the holy trinity. In addition, when they sign the cross they do it three times in a row. We drank tea made from pine needles and after the full tour, we ended up with a solemn visit inside the sanctuary. We were asked to be silent, turn off cell phones and no pictures. It was a very touching glimpse into their devotional practices. One of our group shared with me that it ...
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