Hotel Almira

Bestuzheva ulitsa, d. 8, Adler, Adler District, Greater Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Southern District, 354340, Russia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bestuzheva ulitsa, d. 8, Adler.
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Travel Blogs from Adler

Day 29 Kazan

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 29, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... time we had arrived in Kazan the capital city of Tartarstan, one of the states of Russia. We were bussed into town and had a tour of the Kazan Kremlin which dates back to the 14th century. This was a very large space with lots of government buildings inside as well as a church and a mosque. As we get further east the Muslim population increases. The mosque was a beautiful blue and white building that had been rebuilt ...

This is more like it....

A travel blog entry by gather-no-moss on Feb 19, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... or working in service industry. Many of them speak english and do not wear sweat pants. One of the guys at my table had been on his phone a lot, then asked me if I wanted to to the Canada hockey game. Of course dear readers you know my answer. Ticket was free, some relative of his could not make it. Off I went in a cab (?) they called me, he drove like James Bond to get me to Olympic Park in a hurry haha. Arrived in time for the 2nd period. ...

Wednesday - hockey, figure skating and curling

A travel blog entry by scottnolt on Feb 19, 2014

17 photos

Just 3 events on Wednesday, but it was a busy and exciting day with hockey quarter finals, curling semi-finals and the women's short program.

But before all that, we had some breakfast and took the elevator down to the beach. The hotel was only about 300m from the coast, but much of that was vertical. The beach was not sandy, but clearly used for swimming in the summer. There were also a few seaside bars and cafés and a great pavilion to hang out by the water. It was a little ...

Safe and Sound

A travel blog entry by gather-no-moss on Feb 07, 2014

16 comments, 3 photos

... to find the building to pick up my Spectator Pass and back again. Don't really want to get lost here as street names are difficult.

Glad I have today to get my bearings. going to find some lunch (beer) and see if I can wander over to the Coastal Cluster. Need to figure out where the train to Mountain Cluster is, have Free Style Moguls tomorrow 18:00 at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park. Listen for my cowbell!


Travels through the Republic of Tatarstan.

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 17, 2013


... paved pedestrian mall. A lot of places were still closed but after walking for a while I found the Capital Coffee House. Had a very nice (but too small) bowl of porridge and a very nice coffee and then set off for the city's kremlin.

The weather was quite nice, cloudy but not cold. I got to the Kremlin which dates back to the 16th century, built by Ivan The Terrible after he sacked the city in 1552. Stories say that the gutters ran with blood with the massacre that ...