Galina's Homestay

Address: Pyatoi Armii St., 35, Irkutsk, Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Pyatoi Armii St., 35, Irkutsk.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGalina's Homestay Irkutsk

Reviewed by aylinjakalle

Hostelli

Reviewed Sep 11, 2013
by (5 reviews) Espoo , Finland Flag of Finland

Tosi mukava. Pääkallopaikka oli täynnä, mutta saimme oman asunnon naapurista, missä saimme olla kaksisteen eka päivä! Galina- rouva oli hyvin ystävällinen ja aamianen kuului hintaan ( lettuja)

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Reviewed by marsenpien

very very friendly

Reviewed Aug 7, 2012
by (2 reviews) Alkmaar , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

humourous lady who owns 10 rooms over several houses and who also speaks German

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TripAdvisor Reviews Galina's Homestay Irkutsk

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Irkutsk

A day and night in Irkutsk

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 26, 2014

20 photos

... Russian menus, so decided to keep looking, otherwise who knows what we would have eaten! Finally found a café that had English menus and an English speaking waitress. Enjoyed an hour so relaxing in the breeze before heading back to the hostel via a supermarket to stock up on food items for tomorrow's train trip to Ulan Ude.

Hardly anybody at the hostel when we got back, so maybe it will be a quiet ...

Irkutsk to Moscow

A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jun 06, 2014

18 photos

... Russian woman and a man helped us carry our luggage to the correct platform since they were on the same train. More detail about these two characters in Sverre's blog We showed the provodnista our etickets (for a moment there we thought that we had to exchange them for real tickets but all was good. We hauled the luggage onto the train (I was really starting to hate the stupidly heavy duffle trolley bag and swore at it quite a bit), found out cabin, put ...

Resolving Shashlik Regret

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on May 27, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... that had Lisvyanka written in Russian, he nodded, and in we jumped. At the end we gave him 100rp for his troubles, about what a bus should have cost from there, and while he accepted it I'm pretty sure he wasn't expecting us to pay him. Either way, we walked up and down Listvyanka, taking photos of Lake Baikal, visiting the souvenir and fish markets, and finally found a milk bar-slash-cafe that had a menu with pictures and prices. After all this time regretting not buying ...

Fancy A Game Of Risk Anybody?

A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on May 09, 2014

2 comments, 48 photos

... t overcharge. No burgers and hotdogs anywhere in this city but lots of filled rolls tea and coffee. Irkutsk has the cuisine and conduct that the fundamentalist Christian movement would approve of! Breakfast at this home stay is pancakes filled with cream cheese and topped with sour cream and fruit compote or rice pudding. The familiar seems a stranger while you travel.
Today our host burst into tears as she told us of he sorrow over Ukraine. It was always part ...

Aladdin's Minivan to Listvyanka

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 21, 2014

1 comment, 71 photos

... lights of the Transiberian Train is in Andrei Makine's novel, Once Upon the River Love whereby it's haunting journey is the only link to the outside world for the three boys living in their remote Siberian village "reduced to three essential matters: timber, gold, and the chill shadow of the camp. It was beyond us to imagine our futures unfolding outside these three prime elements." It is also has an old women with vivid and gorgeous memories of Paris. ...