Hotel Bon Ami
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bon Ami Kazan
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... course. Russians pour out shots like they're pouring glasses of beer and so it didn't take long to get through them.
Went to the History of Tatarstan Museum the next day, which was excellent, before getting on a 12 hour bus to Perm, which somehow broke down for 2 hours at mindnight but still arrived dead on time. Wrapped my head up in the curtain to avoid having to watch the Ukrainian sitcom that played for 6 HOURS STRAIGHT on the bus television.
... America in 1492, just a handful of decades earlier, we talk about it like it was yesterday, too.
Likewise (meaning I have absolutely no good transition to this next topic), I had no idea before coming here, but Kazan is actually pretty far north latitude wise. Kazan is even closer to the North Pole than Edmonton, Canada (aka the northern most civilization in Canada according to googlemaps). How it can get so hot??? Great question!! One I am asking myself as I sit ...
... Russian women (and the American students from down south) manage to just glisten, I will never know. My Minnesota body, which just saw sun all of three weeks ago, is having a very hard time to say the least. I am sunburnt (haven't yet located sunscreen) and must look hot too because everyone keeps asking if I am hot...YES, I am HOT! With all that being said, it is soooo nice to not be experiencing winter. I can feel the vitamin D seeping into my skin and it ...
... I am the Christmas Party" in the middle of July
c. A girls shirt "We read magazines"
We also think that if there is a typo on a shirt that was destined for an English speaking country, it is sent here. Some words just don't make sense at all.
2. Russian women dress up to go to all events and their male counterparts typically look like they just rolled out of bed. The women wear the most impractical shoes, ...
... sup> Platskart and occasionally 4th which are seats. Most people
tend to travel either 2nd or 3rd class. 2nd
class consists of a compartment of usually 4 beds (two on the bottom and two on
the top, similar to bunk beds). These are quite private and your mess is your
own. 3rd class is quite similar in that it is broken up into
compartments, but there are no doors for
privacy, and along ...