Address: Zhamakayeva St., 177, Almaty, 50059, Kazakhstan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Zhamakayeva St., 177, Almaty, is near City Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Almaty

    The Old Capital and the Train North

    A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on May 28, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    My last 'stan! The home of Borat, I believe, though I've never seen his film. I entered Kazakhstan on a minibus, in a 5 hour drive from Bishkek to Almaty, with an uneventful border crossing, and a while after arriving, found my way to the 7th floor flat which is the home of my CS host Gissie and her daughter Annie. And how nice it felt to be in a CS home again :) After staying with friends ...

    Nearly there

    A travel blog entry by saminkaz on Jan 16, 2015

    ... worth in! ☺

    I am extremely proud of the fact that my parents have finally accepted my invitations to travel to Africa with me. My love affair started 2 years ago and I would never have thought that such a passion and love for somewhere could exist within myself. The joy of being in Africa brings tears to my eyes and to share such an experience for the first time with my parents is beyond belief. I know that for many people travelling with one’s parents ...

    Northern Silk Road Route from China - Almaty

    A travel blog entry by olasalle on Aug 17, 2014

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... its borders than the West and so as a consequence it seems that more of the pressure was felt in the West (toward Europe). For example, the Hun’s push westward (as the result of indirect Chinese pressure from the east) was a major contributing factor to the fall of the Western Roman Empire.

    While this East/West trade continued, everyone along these trade routes and cities prospered and the area continued to grow in cultural influence as well ...

    Bangkok to Atyrau

    A travel blog entry by normflach on Aug 13, 2014

    16 comments, 2 photos

    ... we saw huge tracts of what looked like sloughs on that flat landscape - no habitation, and as Lory kept repeating, “No trees!” Rob Ambrogi had told us that Atyrau was flat, but Lory would say to him later, “You didn’t say there were no trees!” The no trees really made an impression on Lory. Growing up on Rosetown golf courses, I was more used to no trees. But to me, the landscape looked like a flooded wasteland. TS Elliot would love ...

    Almaty in Thunderstorms

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jun 09, 2014

    16 photos

    ... while in the park, so we huddled under some trees to let the worst of it pass. By the time we reach the hotel, the rain had stopped. We spent the afternoon in hamam and banya again (lovely!). Paul and I had drinks in the lounge. In the evening, we all went to a Kazakh restaurant nearby for dinner. It was pricey by local standards but normal by US standards. Very good food, too. Good time was had by ...