Grand Hotel Aiser

Pozharskiy str. 1, Almaty, 050000, Kazakhstan | Hotel
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The Apple Daddy: Almaty, Kazakhstan

A travel blog entry by wenzels


... including a quirky miniature wooden horse that jumped about in time with the music, triggered by a fishing line operated by one of the musicians.

The rest of the group then took a cable car up to an alpine village with Swiss-style wooden chalets and had an excellent lunch in the clear mountain air. Meanwhile, I had a patient to attend to back at the train ...

Ice canyon

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... take photos of them; short tailed ground squirrel, Mongolian gerbil and Mongolian pika. Later in the day we saw a Tolai hare and Mongolian gazelle. Have also seen quite a few birds. Lots of ravens and lots of common buzzard, harriers and kestrels. Reached the canyon, we had been warned that the roads might be too muddy to get there, so we were so very pleased. One ...

Next 'stan' here we come.

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... as sharp as usual and made so e mapping errors. With the help from people on the street we found the super market, spent $60 on lots of things and luckily found a taxi to take us the long way back. John cooked his special mushrooms, we had some potato gratin bought from the deli, sausages (john) canned tuna which was sardines(me) and bread, tomatoes, grated carrots and lots of wine and beer. Lovely! Very tired ...

From the steppe to the mountains

A travel blog entry by liamandsam


... Uzbeks claim it as their own national dish), which is made up of rice with carrots and beef and a sauce - sort of like a risotto. I was in love straight away. Next day I had heat stroke, so we didn't leave the house till the late afternoon. We had a delicious late lunch at a place called Kaganat. It's a Kazak food chain that we had come to love! And the best thing was they had more Plov! Liam thinks I have a Plov problem now. We ventured into the city again to get supplies for the ...

Around Almaty: chairs and visas

A travel blog entry by mkuechel


... to Issyk Köl (big alpine lake in KG), since the border crossing between KZ and KG isn't open. The info online is just suggestive and finding a reliable source online is nearly impossible (so later we checked with the tourist info which co firmed the hunch). This means a significant (200km) detour as we have to loop back west toward the KG capital Bishkek and then drive back east on the KG side. Luckily the road is probably better and luckily we figured this out ...

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This hotel, located on Pozharskiy str. 1, Almaty, is near City Park.
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