Holiday Inn Almaty

Address: Timiryazeva St., 2D, Almaty, 050013, Kazakhstan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Timiryazeva St., 2D, Almaty, is near City Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Almaty

    Golf Swing Suggestions For Golfing Newbies

    A travel blog entry by sky44stan on Nov 02, 2015

    ... to the veterinary clinic can easily arrive to over $500. Through nearly 30 years of covering cycling, the women phase races I've attended remind me, on some ranges, of the Women's Expert Basketball Association (WNBA). My final stop was Jodhpur, the 'Blue Metropolis'. The private car journey was about four hours. The Mehrangarh Fort sits in its notable place higher over the city; the very best way to explore this fort is with an audio guide which takes around 3 hrs based ...

    Grand Canyon Spring Break Float Excursions

    A travel blog entry by sky44stan on Oct 14, 2015

    ... jackets are provided, and every raft includes U.S. Coast Guard-authorized security equipment. I extremely suggest your deliver a lot of sun screen lotion, a hat, a bathing fit, and loose-fitting clothes. If you are using a beach vacation think about buying a little seaside toy set that your kid can carry in their backpack to the seaside. This will allow you to relax for hours tour in the sun whilst the small types are active developing sandcastles to show ...

    Day 49-51: Almaty, Kazakhstan (Part 1)

    A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Sep 12, 2015

    5 photos

    ... to drive across no-mans land and then enter the Kazakh border post (with all of your bags) to stamp into Kazakhstan. The whole process is very slow and tedious but is also nothing to worry about - the scary Soviet border that we had in our minds was a long way from what we found

  • Almaty is surprisingly difficult to get your bearings in despite being laid out on a grid system. The only real point of reference (on a clear day) is that the mountain range ...

  • The Apple of Our Eyes

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 18, 2014

    45 photos

    ... is inseparable from that of the fiercely proud nomadic rider. These lofty heights mark the extreme northwestern tip of that immense sprawl of peaks and plateaux, the very roof of the world, extending south and east through Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan and Pakistan into northern India- and of course, in Nepal and Tibet, to the Himalayas themselves, daddies of 'em all.
    The major disappointment of our overcast arrival was the obscuring of these ...

    Meet the 'stans

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... has been fought over for centuries by Mongols and Russians, ending up being part of the Soviet Union before gaining independence in 1991 after the collapse of the Soviet regime. Today it has a very close relationship with Russia and has the strongest economy in the region due to it's oil and gas reserves (fuel here is just 35p a litre!). It is also visa free for UK citizens, a step only taken by the government a few weeks ago. (After, ...