Comfort Hotel Astana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Recently I visited the capital city f one of the most quite countries in Central Asia Kazakhstan. It is called Astana. I have spent there two days and really enjoyed them.
When I came here I came to the hotel called 'Hilton Garden Inn' which is very comfortable. First day I have visited many different places like: Central park where I have spent a ...
When I came to Astana I was really surprized by the view, that I saw.
Suprime monuments, complicated buildings, stylish and cuddy people made my first impression. After settling in my room, I went to the embankment of the river Ishim and the central park. There I had my lunch in Rafe cafe and had a little walk across the park. I really enjoyed my dinner, because the prices where relatively not so high (3000-4000 tenge for a person) and ...
This summer was full of memorable events. One of them is my trip to Turkey, where I visited the most wonderful place, dolphinarium. From my childhood I always dreamed about meeting this lovely and smart mammals. We arrived to Antalya in the middle of July, then went to our hotel in Kemer, where we signed up for this trip to dolphinarium. It costed 50$ for me (16 y.o.) and 30$ for my little brother (9 y.o). Some days later it was already time ...
Within a couple of hours of Karlene meeting me from the train, we were sitting in the sunshine on the patio of a bar/ restaurant near her flat, drinking half-litre glasses of a delicious, fruity, unfiltered beer. And that set the tone for my stay, really :) Karlene was teaching in Bandar at the same time as I was, and we met at a drumming circle on the beach, ...
... for weeks leading up to it and although we had to pay out a fair whack of Tenge ($15,000 to be exact) there was no one who went who complained afterwards. No expense was spared and the entertainment included a scantily dressed dancing violin player, a small acrobatic troupe (on loan form the circus I'm sure) and many singers (the very talented staff were all we needed) What totally surprised and thrilled me however was the fact that on the ...