Ramada Plaza Astana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... money enjoyeing attractions, 'Satty' restaraunt which is also nice, the last place where I go was 'Keruen' which has too many shopping stuff.
Second ay was also interesting because i just walked around the city and reveled beautiful buildings and views.
So, if you are reading this I want you to follow my way of spending time in this wonderful ...
... concept of Astana is really modishy and fresh. So, go there and enjoy it!
P.S. a little tips for tourists there:
Remember, winter is extremely cold and summer is really hot, the best time to go there is september.
Do not pay to much for taxi, it's always about 500 tenge for a middle length way
Do not joke about Borat, it's actually a lie and really makes citizens angry
GOOD LUCK AND HAVE A NICE TRIP ;)
... to Antalya, where the dolphinarium placed. This was an open air building with big pool in it. The show was separated to several performances and all comments to it were in 3 different languages, so it was easy to understand. First performers were dolphins called James and Roxy. They played with balls and made some tricks with hoops, but the most interesting part were, when they sang and danced to different national music. After them it ...
... job, summer school was on, and things were winding down, so she was happy enough to be out socialising every night with her very sound bunch of colleagues. And it was such good food and drink! A fantastic Indian restaurant, and bars which brew their own beer... it was even less like the rest of Central Asia than I had found Almaty to be. Part of that difference was due to the futuristic architecture of the
... without traditional food and the Teacher's Day feast was my initiation to some of Kazakhstan's local delicacies. I was to discover more over my time here, and came to realise just how important food was to any celebration. Again it is one of those cases where we can all agree that yes, food is indeed a vital and key ingredient to most people's enjoyment of a celebration. One thing about Kazakhstan that I've discovered living here is ...