Narantuul Hotel

Address: 2 Khoroo, Baruun Durvun Zam , Ulan Bator, Mongolia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 Khoroo, Baruun Durvun Zam , Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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      Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

      Leaving Ulan Baatar: day 11

      A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 30, 2014

      Minus 9C as we leave the Park Hotel at 6:30am for the railway station, the final departure on this Trans Mongolian journey. Our Chinese train (number 24) was the best we've had: the first class compartment included two bunk beds, an armchair, table and ensuite consisting of toilet, washbasin and shower, shared with just the adjoining compartment. All appeared clean and well-maintained. The first stop after 3.5 hours ...

      In Ulan Baatar: day 10

      A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 29, 2014

      ... one of them we were relieved (excuse the pun) that we had not chosen the tour option with Go Russia that would have included an overnight stay in one of these. Our two Malaysian fellow travelers had done so, but after experiencing the heat inside had to opt out for a cabin instead. However we did stop on the way back to town at a roadside ger, the occupants of which were selling vodka made with cow's milk. As Bars was buying some we asked ...

      Back on the train

      A travel blog entry by stapes on Oct 01, 2014

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      ... very elderly Japanese couple who were happy to engage in pleasantries but the man clearly wanted to get back to looking out the window. As he watched, his wife sat in the corner with her hands in her lap and dozed. I'm all for gazing out of the window but he was watching the desert, one of the most monotonous and barren places I had ever seen. It was beautiful but it honestly didn't change.

      After teaching Louise how to play scopa in the restaurant car over a few lunchtime beers ...


      A travel blog entry by grandmagoesto on Sep 02, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... th level. The program end with a band concert. Musicians, with all local instruments, are surrounding the orchestra conductor. Wonderful. In the few seconds between curtains I think to myself: I am in Mongolia! Who would ever have thought? If you ever get to Ulaan Baataar please treat yourself to their theatre. The theatre is located right next door to an Irish pub. I’m not ...

      City dwellers

      A travel blog entry by phungster on Aug 27, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... and no one would touch you... almost like a golden ticket but waaaay better. I want one, gerege, myself.

      After a few hours around town, it's time for some Mongolian food. Typical Mongolian diet is filled with lots of meats, dairy products, and carbohydrates in some form of steamed or fried dough. I am now introduced to buuz (steamed dumplings with beef & mutton) and khuushuur (which ...