- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... with our 12v system. Despite driving for full days, which should be more than enough for the alternator to charge the house batteries, the fridge has been turning off and flashing the low voltage light and the lights have been dimming when the water pump has been going. We run the generator, but that made no difference. So this morning we had the bedding and mattress outside so we could ...
... were clean and I smelled good before going to bed. 15 June 2014: There were two exceptions to the slovenly gobs of flesh staying at the hostel. Their names were Anna and Fenna. They were Dutch and were travelling a route across Russia similar to our own. We met them in passing last night and briefly discussed teaming up today for a trip to Kungur. As previously mentioned, most of the sites around Perm are quite a distance from the city. This includes the ice cave at Kungur, located ...
... ice sculptures and slippery dips. Because it is cold for so long ice sculptures last for months and the ice slippery dips provide winter fun for children of all ages. We were in Perm on a Sunday so the auto traffic was light and many families were walking about the parks with their children.
The central park in Perm had a Winter Olympics theme of ice sculptures as well as ice skating and siberian pony sleigh rides for children. I stood ...
... never want to stray too far for fear that the train will pull out before you're expecting it to. Some The of the platforms have small stalls selling noodles, bread, crisps, ice cream, water and beer, though nothing looks very appetising. The scenery has been incredible though, nothing like what we were expecting. Vast plains of grass and huge pine or aspen forests stretching for miles with the occasional wooden hut. The towns are ...
... for probably the last 80 years. Even today, when we stopped for morning coffee beside a field of peas, don’t know what type of peas, but peas none the less, the field was littered with plastic bottles tossed there by people like us stopping for a break along the highway. I must point out that my humans leave none of their rubbish strewn about, they always keep it until they can find a rubbish bin some place.
© Lynette Regan June 13th ...