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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... first at a restaurant, insisting paying for my meal, had real fun conversation with google translation help, plus drank with the non driver some vodka, which hit my starving body slightly.
The hostel where they unloaded me, was first cheques out by them, I had nothing to do, just walk in, and as said at the beginning, here I am enjoying the warm room!
Tomorrows weather forecast, much better, and it looks good to reach Irkutsk by ...
... all the relevant directions and notes for getting to our next Hostel but for some reason the map had not been saved! Had coffee at the train station while trying to find a map of the city but even the ‘Information’ booth didn’t have one! Walked out of the railway station to see an unusual statue of a Lion carrying a Spade (and a sickle). Now I have to record this because it wasn’t me that said it, it was Carol, ...
... they arrive, two Germans on a tour, we do handshakes and a quick introduction. D rolls out some pigeon German from her school days, which turns out to be quite useful. Peter has just turned 60 and his partner Andrea, a little younger, has booked them both on a tour to celebrate his birthday, the tour includes a group of about 15 Germans spread out amongst the other compartments on the carriage.
Once the grumpy provanista dishes out the bedding to us and the other new ...
... local time. I'm travelling third class this time, in carriage 13, berth 23. I'm keen to get on board and settled, the sooner that's done the sooner I should be able to get some kip.
Where first class has two beds per compartment and second class has four; third class doesn't really have compartments. If you like, on the one side the two bunk beds are in the same position as those in second class but there are no doors and a row of bunk beds run longways down ...
... the Hostel owner into the Stolby Natiional Reserve - the hostel specialises on tailored trips out into the Siberian wilderness and then tried to get to the very famous dam which is one of the largest in the world and is opened once every two years so they have built a giant blow crane to hoist the boats over! We were unsuccessful as it meant getting 4 buses and a taxi wanted over £100 one way despite ...