Address: Petropavlovskaya St., 55, Perm, Privolzhsky, 614000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Petropavlovskaya St., 55, Perm.
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    Second Week in Russia

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Jun 13, 2015

    50 photos

    ... wood he found on the side of the road and we slowly drove the 150 kms to Mercedes at Perm. We ordered a new spring which has to come from Moscow but should be here tomorrow (Sunday) They can fit it tomorrow too as they work seven days. So we're having the last of four nights in a car park tonight and hopefully we will be on our way again tomorrow.

    We've also had a ...

    Ice caves and Gulags

    A travel blog entry by stapes on Sep 08, 2014

    11 photos

    ... and dill have in common?" "They take control of everything they come into contact with, and in Russia, that is everything." Dill is the national herb and you'll see it on most state and province flags, and it has a seat in the Russian government ... presumably.

    The next day, another bus ride out of town to Perm 36, a gulag (one of the easiest and best preserved to visit in Russia). Got there just in time for a guided tour with three Muscovites. The ...

    To the Ice Cave, Batman

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... that there isn't much to see or do in Perm as the main places of interest are all well outside of town. Otherwise, I would have warmly welcomed the opportunity to get out and away from the sloths that were hanging around the hostel. I was able to get a reprieve long enough for a haircut and some dinner, which consisted of polmyeni (Russian dumplings) from the better than average restaurant next door to the hostel. Afterwards, I retreated to the secluded confines of my bunk. At least ...

    Living on board of a train

    A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Jul 28, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    First class sleeper train is a world apart. Having a large compartment to the two of us makes the 78-hour-ride much more appealing. There is plenty of storage under the bunk, behind the seat and above the entrance. The fixed table comfortably dines two people. Not much compares to the train experience in Vietnam, where three of us had shared a compartment with three other people.

    Some things still need to be worked out. The provodnitsa in first class must be a ...

    The trans-siberian express?

    A travel blog entry by oliehuntersmart on Jun 20, 2013

    5 photos

    ... never want to stray too far for fear that the train will pull out before you're expecting it to. Some The of the platforms have small stalls selling noodles, bread, crisps, ice cream, water and beer, though nothing looks very appetising. The scenery has been incredible though, nothing like what we were expecting. Vast plains of grass and huge pine or aspen forests stretching for miles with the occasional wooden hut. The towns are ...