Hotel Vizit

Address: ul. Clara Zetkin, 14 "B" , Perm, Privolzhsky, 614000, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on ul. Clara Zetkin, 14 "B" , Perm.
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Travel Blogs from Perm

Perm

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jun 14, 2014

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... very well. After about 40 minutes we both had Turkish Russian cuts, which neither of us were too thrilled about. The self pity ran deep and we were forced to eat at the local KFC. Jamie had a meltdown when the cashier got literally everything he ordered wrong, and that she couldn't communicate in English. It was hilarious. This is where the iphone comes in handy. Take a picture of the menu and then zoom in on what you want, it's almost foolproof. I have no idea how KFC is popular, ...

Living on board of a train

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Jul 28, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

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The first impression of the restaurant was a mixed one. It was decorated with balloons and had a decent choice of beer, wines and spirits. But Dominik can't take it well if someone serves him an oxidized white wine that had an expiry date of 1 year ago, then doesn't offer an alternative choice and in the end bills him for the faulty product. It didn't help he tried to explain to the waiter that the wine was faulty. The guy took a sip and declared that it's fine. ...

Episode 9

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 13, 2013

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... Russia as it is open through the winter months, an offshoot of the 'gulf stream’ keep it ice free. The hillsides of the city covered with mostly soviet era housing blocks that upon close inspection are all beginning to suffer from concrete cancer. The newer blocks on the outskirts have a little more style.

David also managed to get a new tyre here so now we have a spare again, always a comforting thought.

Lyn was most surprised to ...

Urals spotting

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Oct 14, 2012

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Poor Kirst was unwell yesterday and has come down with a rotten cold today. While she rested at Hostel P I decided to go Urals spotting. Perm has a huge river (River Kama) that splits the city in two with a massive bridge (Kama bridge) crossing it and original wooden buildings prevalent once off the main street. It's easy to get a sense of the old Perm, old Russia and also how poor everything really is when you leave the main city street with piped music, ...

Head East Old Man

A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jun 25, 2012

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... about Perm I took the rickety old tram that came in on a special tram turning circle right in front of Perm II station. At 12 roubles a ride anywhere it seems inexpensive. All short distance transport seems quite cheap and straight forward, whether it's 25 roubles to ride anywhere in the metro system of SPb or Moscow or half that for of the regional city buses, trams and electric buses to ride any distance on the line in question. Another ...