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TravelPod Member ReviewsZvezda Hotel Irkutsk
Este hotel con decoración de caza y Asia se encuentra a unos 15 minutos del centro en carro. Caminando, más de cuarenta minutos. Si buscas comodidad europea (sin los espacios acostumbrados en América) y lugares ricos para comer, está muy bien. Algo que tiene muy bueno es que las recepcionistas son muy amables y HABLAN INGLÉS. Eso sí, la calefacción está con todo, puede llegar a agobiarte..
Si te encuentras en la ruta del transiberiano hacia Oriente, te recomiendo mucho el restaurante asiático de este lugar. Tu comida puede ser una primera aproximación de lo que está por venir y un descanso a los sabores tradicionales rusos.
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Si estás haciendo el transiberiano, Irkurtsk es una parada que vale la pena hacer por dos razones: #1 es una de las vías que tienes para llegar al pueblo de Lisvianka y por ende, al lago Baikal (el cual debes visitar si o si) #2 porque es una ciudad que busca la manera de ser amigable para lo turistas: todo el centro está marcado con …
5185km in 3 1/2 days that's the trans Siberian rail journey from Moscow to Irkutsk, and that's what we did. Once we had settled into our little 4 bed cabin (we are sharing with an Aussie called Mike). Matt and I have the two bottom beds, Kat and Mike the top ones. We had a little table and bag storage under the bottom bunks and above the cabin door. We soon found out that the trains are HOT! It's freezing outside and then about 25 degrees inside, with radiators running ...
... deserted but by mid afternoon it was dry, less cold and bustling. The lake, the world's deepest, is 600kms long and more like an inland sea; Listvayanka is something of a lakeside tourist centre where bicycles can be hired or boat trips arranged. The setting is very pretty, with hills to the west and snow covered mountains in the distance to the east. We visited the Lake Baikal natural history museum with its ...
... Russian (of which we can now master approximately five words between us!), but I don't think anyone could have dreamed of a more enthusiastic person to indulge their seven year old son with for four days running. If anything, at times it seemed that Erast (as lively and energetic as he was) was being coerced into playing with Helen to keep herself entertained rather than the vice versa. Indeed, some of Helen's well intentioned 'games' to teach him English ...
... a character, John Rogerson, you would have loved him!
Oh! And by the way the scenery outside was starting to look more interesting with more hills and picturesque villages etc.
Had our ‘Noodles’ dinner then settled down to sleep to prepare for our 5am wake up call to get ready for our next stop at Irkutsk (don’t know why but Carol has had a lot of trouble pronouncing the name Irkutsk)!
Will be sad saying goodbye to Hilda!