Kolvi Hotel

ul. Khudyakova, 7, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Privolzhsky, 420021, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on ul. Khudyakova, 7, Kazan, is near Kazan Kremlin, The main street of Kazan, Saint Peter and Saint Paul Cathedral, and Kazan Opera House.
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    Travel Blogs from Kazan

    The In's and Out's of Kazan

    A travel blog entry by hroberg01 on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... say for every Russian, but, in general, Russians are more superstitious than Americans. If you whistle inside for example, you will lose all your money. Two times now a fellow classmate has whistled in class and our professor yelled at him to stop both times before I even heard him whistle, leaving me quite confused and of course my classmate without a kopeck (=0.029 cents if I did my math correctly) to his name. If you wish to not jinx something, you can spit over your ...

    My head is ten times heavier!

    A travel blog entry by hroberg01 on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... several buildings and streets. Again, I will need to return there. At one point it started raining, but you could tell it would quickly pass. To wait for the rain to subside, my host mom and I stepped into a restaurant and she bought us each a beer. Gettin' a beer with my Russian host mom/grandma midday on Sunday= interesting. After buying what we needed to at the market and walking all around, we returned home for a late lunch. And now here I am blogging and working on homework. I ...

    Travels through the Republic of Tatarstan.

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 17, 2013


    ... bound by.

    Leaving the Kremlin behind, I walked down the wide street until I came to the Kazan university, that counts Leo Tolstoy and Lenin amongst its alumni. It ever so lightly started raining as I headed back to Capital Coffee House for another coffee and sat and read for a while before buying some supplies for breakfast on the train. Having an earlyish dinner, I made my way back to the train station.

    I decided to do these one day stops in cities on this leg ...

    Out of Asia and into Europe

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on May 17, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... asked us to sit in on her lesson and participate with her students. In the afternoon, after the lesson, we walked to the Museum of Stone Cutting and Jewellery Art. At first, we’d expected just a room full of semi-precious stones that had been polished. Instead, we found three floors with a number of rooms, each of which was devoted to either a different stone or a particular style of decoration. We saw large vases that had been carved out of a ...


    A travel blog entry by dzasta on May 31, 2012

    1 comment, 37 photos

    ... They bought out salami, spare ribs,boiled eggs spring onions, tomato and bread. He has got no front teeth so he had to cut the meat off the bone. I had good old 2min noodles.
    The lady in seat 7, I think her name is Ludmilla, tried to talk useing the books I have with me. A guy got on and took the bunk above her, his name was Yuriy, and he spoke english. He was able to translate for us. We finally got out the questions and answers we wanted to know. we had a great time ...