AZIMUT Hotel Siberia
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAZIMUT Hotel Siberia Novosibirsk
It was an excellent hotel
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... Siberia - factories moved here in WWII, city apartment blocks. But it is the traditional wood housing that is the signature of this vast land.
The wood is dark, almost black, a deep burnt umber with just a mahogany tint of red at sunset. The basic structure is a solid log cabin, with planks of siding. The windows are deep, with a centuries-old double-glazing design. The inner and outer windows are the diameter of a log apart, 10-inches or more.
When I ...
... We think it was to commemorate 70 years since the end of World War 2. There were some old army jeeps and gear and people dressed in old military clothing. There were stalls, folk dancing and food. One man insisted that we have a dish of rice and beef. It was nice but we didn't enjoy the non alcoholic beer.
We have cooked for ourselves most nights. We have had one evening meal in ...
... lots of rain, all detrimental to bitumen. It’s almost summer in Russia, so a good time for road repairs.
The weather has been mixed everyday, crisp in the morning, sunny by midday and overcast or raining by late afternoon. We have moved our watches on by 3 hours since we left Ulaanbaartar.
Timber housing in the south eastern part of Russia is small with decorative, colourful timber shutters. Some are made of dark brown, ...
... onto the stage turn around on the stage and drive out. Due to the intervention of World War 2 and other factors this never actually occurred, so now they are able to have the most enormous props for their performances. It was a labyrinth of corridors and rooms backstage, and our guide told us that a few weeks ago an American tourist lost contact with his group and he was lost for over 3 hours out the back before they found him!
After that we were taken to a huge train museum, ...
... The road into town was awful and the sump guard on the bottom of the engine got well used twice, very glad it is there. However more importantly, to Josie, on the horizon as we entered town was an Ikea. Ikea has become a small portal back to England, whilst I am happy to eat Russia food, which really consists of whatever I am given as I have no idea, Josie struggle a little bit. However in Ikea for a paltry £4 you can get a nice plate of chips, chicken nuggets, a salad and ...