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... we headed for a pizza meal which was large enough to take home in a 'doggy bag' for the next days breaky before train number 8 ~ Kazan to Novosibrisk via Yekaterinburg. 43 hrs of *chugger-ti-chug* train chatter. Fingers crossed for some good folk in the compartment. Good bye Miss Piggy and Hotel Famita, rubbish wifi, green rooms (green to disguise the dried bogeys on the walls), towels the size of flannels, one flooding ladies only shower for 12 rooms (couldn't find the ...
... a republic inside Russia.
The main thing that lured us to Kazan was the UNESCO world heritage listed Kremlin. Yes, Russia indeed has another UNESCO kremlin. The Kazan Kremlin was a real treat for us, as we strolled out into the night to get our first glimpse of this UNESCO site. At night it was lit up with elegance. Inside the Kremlin we found the amazing Kulsharif Mosque. Then, within a few metres away, we were also grasping at ...
... from the morning and stashed them into the bags aka borrowed/stolen even though the hotel knew there were towels missing they didn’t have to pay. Finally our driver came and took us to the train station. We found out that our train spent 20 minutes on the platform before it left so by the time we arrived the train was already there. The driver was suppose to help us to our train but another Russian who spoke perfect English pointed us in the right ...
... Tatar language is different from Russian, more like Arabic, and their belief system is slightly different. Now intermarriage between Russians and Tatars is commonplace so the differences are less, but we did pass a Tatar theatre, where the plays are all in Tatar, with translation through headphones into both Russian and English. We then went for a quick walk around a sight dedicated to how Tatar buildings and settlements used to look, mainly wood cabin type ...
... and soviet culture. Kazan's Kremlin and the Kol Sharif mosque are very few examples. Don’t miss to visit Söyembikä tower, an ancient Tatari piece of art.
Following the general tips of safe walking around is advised! Carry the hotel registration card when outside. Majority of people in Kazan, like the case across Russia, speak no English. Carrying the address of the hotel and a list of key requests and locations is a good technique to follow. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking