Park Inn by Radisson Kazan
Travel Blogs from Kazan
... an Egyptian show, and random pill substances. Do I have your attention yet? Before class on Wednesday, a girl from my class and I met at a cafe to review our homework. It was scalding inside the cafe because they were fixing or painting or something the air conditioner. I was waiting to drink my coffee because it was so hot. Well, we sort of ran out of time and I asked if I could get it to go. She said yes and took my (absolutely full) coffee. When I asked if I could get it on ...
... buildings from tsarist times. The city is divided by the large river Oka, and both of these halves in turn lie on the Volga river, which is even bigger. Nizhniy Novogorod’s focal point is it’s Kremlin, which is really true for most Russian cities. The Kremlin here has a great view of the Volga river, and the city in general. On a bench outside the wall I spoke to a drunk off-duty police officer named Viktor who told me this was his favorite ...
... who was going to meet us at the station and where we were staying. When we told
them that we would be making our own way to our hostel, they were a little
concerned and wanted to see where we were staying. Not only did they want to
make sure that our luggage was safely stored away while we were sleeping, but
they made sure to say good-night and had us up in time to leave the train in the
morning. There was a lady in our compartment who knew ...
... entered the dimly lit smoky bar – still allowed to smoke inside – the was a large open space in front of the bar only disrupted by two support columns then at the back a little step up to some tables and chairs still facing the main bar area. Stools lined the main bar with men seated at them, walls of alcohol behind the bar and on the bar were scantily clad Russian women, two in particular that were gyrating of top of each other…hmmm ...
... was fine. So we boarded about 9.30, set off at 10.10pm and settled into the cabin. Luckily it was just the two of us else 1. Our luggage would never have fitted, 2. It's a cramped enough space for 2 people who know each other, putting 2 more strangers in, not the best plan! So we managed to order a couple of random drinks off the menu (all in Russian) from the train attendant who also spoke only Russian, but it all went well, she showed us how to put down our beds and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility