Gulf Stream Hotel

2-ya Azinskaya ulitsa 1G, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Privolzhsky, 420088, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-ya Azinskaya ulitsa 1G, Kazan, is near Kazan Kremlin, The main street of Kazan, Saint Peter and Saint Paul Cathedral, and Kazan Opera House.
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Travel Blogs from Kazan

The In's and Out's of Kazan

A travel blog entry by hroberg01 on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

... it all wrong as to what a pig says. Clearly a pig does not say "oink, oink," but "hroo, hroo." When we questioned our professor after she mentioned this, she was genuinely joking, yet completely correct, when she followed by saying, "Well, they say 'hroo, hroo' when you kick them. Who knew animal sounds would be different in each language. I mean in Russia, frogs apparently sound like ducks. Maybe I am biased, but I think "ribot, ribot" is more on track.

Also, ...

Пот льёт

A travel blog entry by hroberg01 on Jun 07, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... fun. One thing that I really, really dislike when first arriving in Russia is the fact that we don't walk everywhere and for fun in the USA; my feet are throbbing and covered in blisters/forming calluses, and it is killer! Although walking is popular every place in the world except the USA, Kazan has to be one of the best cities for just walking around. Bauman street is a normal-sized street just for walking. Since arriving in Kazan, I think I have spent 90% of ...

The Siberian Wilderness

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 11, 2014

16 photos

... This was conceived because the Russians lacked the equipment and know-how to tunnel through the granite cliffs bordering the lake. They commissioned a massive ferry from an English shipbuilder which was transported to the lake (in the heart of central Asia) and reconstructed there. Unfortunately, the surveyors and engineers underestimated the thickness of the winter ice. The ferry was a complete failure and had to be scrapped. A rail line was ...

Out of Asia and into Europe

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on May 17, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... Petersburg we visited the Peter & Paul Fortress and the church of St Isaac which is also the traditional church where members of the Romonov family and especially the Tsars, were buried. Whilst we were there, we saw the burial plaques of Nicholas II and his family and their staff who were murdered at the same time in 1918 in Ekaterinburg. So on our first day in Ekaterinburg, we visited the Church on the Blood which is an Orthodox Church that has ...

Tartar surprise!

A travel blog entry by kfairhall on Jul 12, 2012

... and unhurried guide.  she was very interested in religion and gave us lots of information and history about the tartar people and Russian culture.  We discovered that the tartar have their own language and everything in Kazan is in both languages though most people speak russian as well.  The city had, most like cities in Russia, been taken over by different groups at different times in history, but the most ...