Narantuul Hotel

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

    A great day - 180 km in 6 hr

    A travel blog entry by sefleming on Sep 05, 2014

    13 photos

    ... herding, then herding only, then hardly even herding as the landscape became very desert-like with with space grass or none at all. That brought us to - wait for it- water! Yes, the first water I've seen since leaving California. We are staying tonight in a tourist camp on the edge of Ugii Lake, also spelled OgiyNurr (no wonder I couldn't find it on the map). It is really quite a large fresh water lake, and connects with ...

    Falling apart in Mongolia

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Sep 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... each night we stayed with a nomadic family in a Ger or at a tourist Ger camp. On entering a ger, you are welcomed with a traditional drink-warm salted horses milk, or alcoholic milk (yes, I did just say alcoholic milk!). Both are an acquired taste although I actually didn't mind either. It's fair to say Mongolian nomadic cuisine will not be featuring in any Jamie Oliver cookbook any time soon. Every night we had the same-noodles and mutton, or mutton soup and if you ...

    Third and last day of celebration

    A travel blog entry by sefleming on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Last night was quite an adventure - again. It seemed that every half hr until about 3 am there was one interruption or another. This would definitely take some getting used to. So, after only about 4 hr of sleep, I had breakfast and was off to the monastery for another day of chanting and meditation. I challenged myself to stay inside the monastery and experience the crowds - and crowds they were. Sometimes I felt like it was more survival ...

    Day 1: Ulan Bator - Laura

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Aug 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the end of town practically next door to the Gandan Khiid monastery. It's pretty big and clean, and we're in our own room for now which is a bit of a luxury. The people who own it, Oyuna and her husband Gan are super friendly and really helpful which is always good in making a hostel feel really welcoming. The only sort-of downside is the comfort level of the beds - if we were rating from 1 to 10 on softness, they'd be about a minus 8. After folding up the duvet as a ...

    A day of Russian/Mongolian border crossings

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 28, 2014

    74 photos

    ... the Russian/Mongolian border, where the train stopped for a few minutes only, during which time we were surrounded by Mongolian soldiers, who saluted us!! Don't know why.....

    Our elation, however, was short lived, as once we'd crossed the border into Mongolia, we arrived at Suhbaatar, at the Mongolian Passport and customs after only being mobile for 20 minutes – not even long enough to allow the toilets to be used, or for the train to cool ...