Alma-Ata

Address: Kabanbay Batyra St., 85, Almaty, 50000, Kazakhstan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Kabanbay Batyra St., 85, Almaty, is near City Park.
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      Almaty, Kazakhstan

      A travel blog entry by mollyquul on Sep 27, 2014

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      ... than they like to admit.

      I had lunch with the local travel agent, a transplanted German with whom I worked for this part of my trip ( so far so good. The real adventure starts on the 30th. Stay tuned. ) It was interesting to see his little office, and good conversation over Chinese food, a most welcome change of pace.

      Went to the national museum to see replica of the Golden Man, their national symbol ( sorry I've lost some notes here) and a ...

      The Apple of Our Eyes

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 18, 2014

      32 photos

      E : The entering of Kazakhstan was altogether a simpler affair than the leaving of Uzbekistan, though I nearly managed to get fined and/or imprisoned by opening a celebratory beer from the Chorsu bazaar; the consumption of alcohol is forbidden on trains, though in my defence, vendors were boarding at every stop and continuously hawking vodka and lager, which rather confused the issue. A finger wagging from the conductor was the extent of our penalty. ...

      Almaty, Kazakhstan: Our Last Stan

      A travel blog entry by samber on Nov 25, 2013

      Another day, another Stan. Which also means another death defying shared taxi or mini bus journey. Picking up our passports and Kazakh VISA was no problem so at least our day started off on the right food. We then headed straight to the bus/taxi depot. Had to wait about 45 min until we had enough people on board to go but once we were on the road it was smooth sailing. There were no near misses and our driver seemed immuned to the usual F1 tendencies. Crossing the border was ...

      Town hopping

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 14, 2013

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      ... cinnamon buns handed over in the process. I ate one and it was as good as a Swedish one!!!! Next town to stop in was Kharkhorim, the ancient capital declared by Chengis and set up by his son. We visited a museum, a terribly ugly building, but it did have a nice model of the town as it looked like at the time and a few artifacts found in digs. Set up camp only a ten minute drive from the town, we are returning for ...

      Last day in the 'stans'

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Aug 27, 2013

      8 photos

      ... things. The meal was similar to yesterday 's but tastier and cheaper; $18. From there we caught the metro in pursuit of the art museum. We found the former but not the latter. Another metro station and we could get back to the hotel where we had the packs. Very new metro system with hardly any people at all and lots of nice things to look at. Camera surveillance every where so no graffiti and it all looked very spick and span. Took so e photos. A couple of young ...