Irkutsk Hotel

Address: 44 Gagarin Boulevard, Irkutsk, Lake Baikal, Siberia, 664055, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 44 Gagarin Boulevard, Irkutsk.
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Travel Blogs from Irkutsk

Trans-Siberian Railway: Moscow to Irkutsk

A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Nov 05, 2014

14 photos

... noodles with added cheese, maybe a cup of tea), repeat previous activities, go to bed. This routine is broken up by longer trains stops where we put on our layers and going out in the the platform for some fresh air, exercise (well as much exercise as one can get walking along a platform, sometimes we do a few star jumps just in get the heart rate up), and to look at little kiosks on the platform that sell food and drinks, every now and then we top up our supplies with ...

From Industrial Mayhem to Desolate Islands

A travel blog entry by jumplife on Aug 28, 2014

13 photos

... the niche restaurants in the city need to import qualified chefs from the little villages outside the city, where they still make it the right way. Since they are boiled, they are full of juice. And when you eat it, you first bite the it open, then you drink all the juice inside, and then you eat it. The point is that you get out all the juice, but of course it ends up running out all over ...

Russia Through Muddy Windows

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Jul 22, 2014

6 comments, 58 photos

... that Vlad was seven hours ahead of Moscow, all trains in Russia run on Moscow time so five minutes after boarding we had no idea what time it really was- and since the Russian alphabet (cryllic) was completely illegible to us, we also had no idea where we were. And we quickly found out that absolutely no one else on this train spoke any English- that would prove to be somewhat tricky since our ticket included one meal per day but we had to order it from a menu we couldn't ...

Putin, Power and the $10 Latte

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 26, 2013

1 comment, 72 photos

... or the Tsar would build a cathedral honoring his own war victory, in effect, putting a sainthood on himself.

We explore some of the Stalin era legacy – massive architecture, subway stations made to be palaces for the people, as well as the murder and Siberian exile of the general and Jewish intelligentsia – authors, Yiddish playwrights, doctors – and the attempt to completely eradicate Judaism.

We make sure that we search out and find ...

Goodbye Europe!

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on May 26, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... areas of Russia cover an area 4 times the size of the Amazon Basin!).

As we stepped off the train on our arrival in Moscow, our first brainteaser was to decipher the Metro system- similar to the London Underground but far more complex, not least because the words were in Cyrillic! After what must have been 30 minutes of looking at maps, attempting to memorise symbols and watching trains go past in our continual indecision, we eventually decided to chance ...