Delta Hotel

Address: Karla Libknekhta St., 58, Irkutsk, Lake Baikal, Siberia, 664007, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Karla Libknekhta St., 58, Irkutsk.
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      Irkutsk, Russia

      A travel blog entry by gillmison on Jan 27, 2015

      16 comments, 25 photos

      ... a shoe horn which is one of the things Wills thought was necessary to bring to Reading '98, the first festival he attended. (Rosie you can't laugh here as Stu brought an ashtray).

      There were some parts of the journey that were a bit unusual. Getting to the bar car was quite an adventure. Each of the carriages was very warm but when you moved from carriage to carriage the corridor in between was just like being outside and it even had snow in it. You also ...

      Trans-Siberian Railway: Moscow to Irkutsk

      A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Nov 05, 2014

      14 photos

      ... we had made! The next evening when we stopped at a station and bought some pies, she indicated that she would like one too, so quickly we went back and got her one. She's been seemed much more calm since so either the pie worked or she was just showing her authority on the first night. She even tried to have a conversation with Kat and I one day but sadly our Russian only goes as far as 'thank you' so we had no idea what she was saying. Hours on the train: 137 Countries visited: ...

      In Irkutsk: day 7

      A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 26, 2014

      ... of the Church of the Saviour and the Polish Catholic Church. As we followed the river we could see the railway station on the opposite bank, and eventually came to the statue of Alexander III. Walking on we came to a row of old wooden houses, perhaps left over from the time of the exiles. This was close to the Regional Museum, which had an interesting display of 19th ...

      Welcome to Russia

      A travel blog entry by belbrown on Sep 18, 2014

      ... There is 2 atms inside- so you can get out Rubles. You can leave the station, if you walk out the gate, there is a little stall with drinks and small foods- but if you walk further to the right, just after the green fence there is a white building, this is a shop. They do not speak English, but simple yes, no, hello, Thankyou all goes far. I picked up some coke and instant mash and jumped back on the train. About 9pm ...

      From Industrial Mayhem to Desolate Islands

      A travel blog entry by jumplife on Aug 28, 2014

      13 photos

      ... the niche restaurants in the city need to import qualified chefs from the little villages outside the city, where they still make it the right way. Since they are boiled, they are full of juice. And when you eat it, you first bite the it open, then you drink all the juice inside, and then you eat it. The point is that you get out all the juice, but of course it ends up running out all over ...