- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
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... I realized they were all being lived in and none had been fixed up at all and will soon just disintegrate. It got to be a little depressing, so I went to the beach and had a pepsi. We had a nice day trip to a local village where we took the boat up the river and had a nice tour of caves and the painter Repin's house. Of course there were beers as we waited for our boat ride home, and then some ...
... brick huts and governed the village as a whole. They spoke a foreign language but a man who was from Khiva could speak to us and translated. The nomadic people were used to having visitors from the silk road, as people were often led astray by bandits. The nomads helped the travelers get back on their feet with food and supplies so they could make it back to their home. We said we would be greatful for any help they would be willing to give. We stayed ...
... goats and he was behaving nicely to start with however thats when things started to get out of control! The goat was locked behind the gate, enough said! Lovely to see how the locals live and we came away with plenty of apples to enjoy. Our next stop at a local museum which was beautifully kept and the staff clearly passionate about maintaining it. The original house was used by the painter Rarepin, he stayed at the house to do his ...
... as Kuybyshev, Samara is one of the 10 largest cities in Russia and stretches along the banks of the Volga River. In Soviet times Samara had the status of a closed city due to its aviation industry. It was ready to serve as the backup capital of the Soviet Union should Moscow have fallen to the invading Germans during the great Patriotic War of 1941 - ...
... tonight is a shipping facility. The landscape today shifted from endless corn and sunflower fields to more rolling hills and birch/pine forests. The city of Samara is much like the rest of the Russian cities we've seen with endless apartment buildings, tons of power lines and monuments all over. Anthon, Kurt, Steve Smith and Matt took a streetcar downtown to explore tonight and saw the monument to Samara's involvement in ...