Courtyard by Marriott Kazan Kremlin
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... the city, I can only agree. The whole city, but especially the area around the Kremlin, feels somewhat like something out of a fairytale, with the Kremlin’s tough red walls and all the onion domes scattered about the city.
My first evening in the city, my priorities were pretty clear, to find accomodation. Eventually, after three that didn’t exist and one that only served Russians, I found a hostel where I was put in a room with five ...
... bus stop was
for our hostel, so she helped us across the road as if we were two little
children. She waited with us until our bus came, asked the driver to let us off
at the right stop and she asked us to please call her when we got to our hostel
so that she knew we had arrived safely! It’s not often that we have received
such hospitality from a group of random strangers.
Our hostel on the other hand was a ...
... stood there wide-eyed until we realized what we looked like to other patrons and quickly took a seat. A waitress brought us a Russian menu and tried to order vodka and lemonades – much harder than it sounds. With drinks in hand we watch the debauchery continue down below. A clothesline of discarded bra’s swung from the ceiling. The music was great – top 40 pop songs with Katy Perry and Britney being boomed from the speakers. Every few songs ...
... outside the cathedral were great views over Kazan, the area both this side of the river and the other side of the Kazanka river which is now being developed as Kazan's riviera. Both the Kazanka and the Volga river are frozen at the moment, they meet at Kazan city. We then headed up to another cathedral where one of the holy icons from the cathedral of the assumption was found after it had been lost when Ivan the Terrible had some of the cathedral destroyed. There is a lot ...
... there is a hint of Mongolian in some and they are referred to as Tartars’. I get talking to Elrina, she is really nice and we start talking about Hookahs, which Tatarstan is apparently famous for, and she asks me if we could go back to hers to try and fix hers, which was a present some time ago. Though this invitation was not just aimed at me, it seemed as if I was being hit on haha. Later, Emma said that caught Elrina’s vibes towards ...
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