Bon Apart Hotel Tomsk

Address: Gertsena St., 1A, Tomsk, Siberia, 634029, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gertsena St., 1A, Tomsk.
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        Travel Blogs from Tomsk

        Russia - the trains - mostly

        A travel blog entry by mauricewicks on Dec 12, 2014

        13 photos

        ... From Saint Petersburg to Vladivostok it cost me about AUD1000.00 in fares. Remember we are not traveling on "the trans-Siberian" rather we are on a series of different trains so we can stop along the way to experience Russia and see the sights but we are following the classical route (mostly). It's a reasonably cheap holiday. We have been staying in several small towns and accommodation has averaged AUD 30 - 40 per night ( I will stay ...

        Russia - the first week

        A travel blog entry by mauricewicks on Dec 10, 2014

        10 photos

        ... is 1000-2500 and lunch can be cheap if you buy local food. The cost of a bottle of water is around AUD 1.50 dollars. I guess we're lucky as the Rouble is the probably the only currency in the world that's weakening against the AUD :). On the whole we have been treated well. Most of the time people fall over themselves to help when asked, even if we have to communicate with sign language. However, there appears to be a strong anti-American feeling. ...

        I Moderately Like Tomsk

        A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 21, 2014

        5 photos

        ... hostel, which was a converted 3-bedroom apartment. The nice lady at the tiny front desk showed us to our room. Still feeling out of sorts, I slept most of the day and night expecting to be awoken at any time by someone shouting "DYNOMITE!!" from across the hall. 20 June 2014: Yesterday's rest did me well and I awoke with much more gusto this morning. We headed out to explore the area around the university, which was fairly close to our hostel. There was a nice, ...

        Taiga on the Train

        A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jul 03, 2012

        1 photo

        (23:00, 3 July) I'm on the train somewhere east of a Siberian town called Taiga (ТАЙГА) and I can't sleep. No fetid fug this time. Actually rather comfortable. The guy on the other side of the aisle has opened the top window fully and a welcome cool breeze blows about the dark of the dormitory carriage now. I seem to have man-handled the lumpy mattress enough and have rid the knot that was ...!

        A travel blog entry by aborder on Oct 04, 2011

        4 comments, 20 photos

        ... two beds, one on top of each other. There is a small mattress to unroll, a bottom sheet, and a sheet to sleep under. There are thick blankets but they are not needed as the carriage temperature hovered around 26 degrees C. You also got a pillow and pillow case. Above upper beds was a storage shelf, under lower beds was more storage. Each bed had a little rack to keep books, tea bags etc. You also got a tea towel size towel ...