Oktyabrskaya Hotel

15 Mira Avenue, Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, 660049, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 15 Mira Avenue, Krasnoyarsk, is near Peter and Paul Fortress (Petropavlovskaya Krepost), Dostoevsky House Museum, Red Arrow Express, and Stroganov Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from Krasnoyarsk

    Half way across and still sane....almost!!

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 21, 2014

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    Didum and her companion (can't remember his name) said goodbye at 7am and we settled down to a cabin to ourselves until 6pm when our next cabin companions came on board. We stopped a couple of times without anybody else getting on but got off ourselves to stretch our legs and somehow managed to resist buying some dried fish from the 'Babushkas’ (old ladies) who were selling them on the platform.

    Then our new companions ...

    Just past Kansak

    A travel blog entry by adrian-alsop on Aug 26, 2013

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    ... After a couple of hours stopped for breakfast the sun came out and allowed me to enjoy the bends. Couple of short sharp showers during the day made we wonder about camping again which was my plan, but as I had lost another hour, and as I stumbled across a motel past my intended stop for the day I thought go with that. As it turned out for £15 I could get a hot meal shower and secure parking for bike. With a terrifying big dog on watch. Usual soup and bread for dinner ...

    Day 10 - Hills & Krasnoyarsk

    A travel blog entry by kimrichings on Aug 16, 2013

    ... surprising that they use the train as a way of earning a living as they are really remote, they have huge allotments I guess they need to be self sufficient out here. Ian gets off with Bill a few times to find yet more cold beers ( not alcohol free) which they eventually do at about 120 rur for 2 bottles not bad stuff. If you get off you really do have to keep a good eye on the guard as there is no blowing of the whistle to get back on the train it just slowly pulls way from the ...

    The Third Leg : Irkutsk - Moscow, 043

    A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jul 09, 2013

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    ... open the book to find a map, and trace the route from Beijing through to Moscow with my finger. Encouraged by our interaction, I search in my passport for my visa, where my name is written in Russian, point to it and say 'Amanda'. She smiles and nods, but doesn't offer me her name, so I take out the photo of the four of us from my 18th birthday and show her. Now she speaks in English, managing 'marzer, farzer, sister' while point at each in turn. Then she points at me ...

    The Hermitage

    A travel blog entry by rucio on Sep 19, 2012

    ... size and layout - a bedroom the size of a small ballroom, and ceiling the height of two normal rooms. It gets to -30C here in winter. How on earth did they heat them?

    Each room had a middle aged woman sitting watch, any transgression and they moved like lightening, "Nyet, NYET!" The only real thing that hinted of the Soviet era I've seen. A walk into the toilet and there was a white haired little old lady cleaning round the ...