Attila Hotel

Peace Avenue, Ulan Bator, 00976, Mongolia | Hotel
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Day 15 & 16

A travel blog entry by gingeandtickles


Days 15 & 16 in Russia went by so fast!
It's hard to believe our trip is almost over. The frustrating thing is that even though we've spent 16 days in Russia so far, we've been on buses and trains for half of it instead of truly exploring the country. Yesterday was definitely part of that half, as we spent 18 hours on the train from Ulan- …


A travel blog entry by daxandrew


Today we set off to Nadaam opening ceremony. The previous night was spent with the 4 staff drawing up a seating plan for all the kids/seats we had spread around the stadium. All such plans ruined in the first 5 minutes of arriving, but we'll get to that. The walk down was amazing, quiet at 9am but we saw traditional riders waiting on their horses at the front of the traffic lights. Lots of friendly police ...

Made it to Mongolia

A travel blog entry by alister.bland


... is brighter in UB (not all the buildings are grey and there is lots of advertising). Also there are quite a few modern high rise buildings. And, lots of cars that don't care about pedestrians!!! But there are still old style "Russian" type buildings and a few "hole in the wall" shops. It's a mixture of that and modern "western" shops and restaurants. I also went through the old "department" store but it is hardly that now. It now has six floors of modern shopping ...

From Mongolia to Russia!

A travel blog entry by beakerage


... and they were fine with it. I handed the provodnista our tickets and then grabbed my super heavy trolley duffle bag to lift it up onto the train but as I was doing so, a little old Mongolian woman forced her way in front almost knocking me back and shoved her ticket into the provodnista's hand and lifted her stuff up to the carriage with such force that she dropped one of her plastic bags which contained food and other important items onto the railway tracks underneath ...

My That's an Incredibly Big Horse You Have There

A travel blog entry by adifference


... Potato Chips". The pasta part of my chips turned out to be the shape, as each chip looked like a piece of dry penne, but tasted kind of like beef flavoured foam. Jess opened her packet of chips on the way back, only to discover the entire bag constituted about 8 chips in total. So a little disappointing on the chip side, but super exciting on the chocolate side.

We drove down some roads that were bad enough that there were times when the ...


This hotel, located on Peace Avenue, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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