River Palace Hotel
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Still, everyone finds their own social groups within the community. Or, as our new friend Denise (deneezee) says, everyone has to find his or her own tribe. Denise is the Facilities Manager for the CTO facilities in Atyrau, including Artager Residence. Originally from Brazil, Denise is a combination of welcome committee and cultural attaché. She introduces herself with, "I talk too much, but that's who I am!" We had lunch with her on our first Sunday here and she ...
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DAIS is in Dostyk Village, a gated community right on the Ural River. The river cuts through the city and divides Atyrau Europe from Atyrau Asia. How cool is that? My friend Alex Richie did a little research that I share with you ...
... crossing the Ural River, leading us ton the Geographical European Continent! Our first step in Europe for nearly a year! After what we went through the old city, with its Russian styles wooden houses with bright white and blue colors. After another pretty orthodox church, we were in the center of the impressive central square, surrounded by bank and administration offices all around it. A nice mosque was also standing there, open to anybody ...