Park Inn Ekaterinburg

Address: Mamina Sibiryaka 98, Yekaterinburg, Urals, 620029, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Mamina Sibiryaka 98, Yekaterinburg, is near Eburg circus, Yekaterinburg War Memorial, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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      Travel Blogs from Yekaterinburg

      Seeing The Sights of Ekaterinburg

      A travel blog entry by cwscott on Aug 16, 2014

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      I had an excellent breakfast at the hotel, consisting of bacon, sausage and fried potatoes followed by Belgian waffles and maple syrup. Set me up for a day of walking round the city and its museums.

      We met our local guide, Natalia, in the hotel lobby and set off towards the city's old military quarter where there was a memorial to …

      Catherine's City

      A travel blog entry by cwscott on Aug 15, 2014

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      I woke up at 5.30am and promptly went straight back to sleep as the train wasn't due to arrive until 1.15. I woke again at 8am as we shunted into Tyumen and got up to stretch my legs on the platform, getting breakfast in the process. I bought the first two things that looked edible in the small kiosk with no idea of what they were. They turned out …

      Into Asia

      A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... The most impressive building was a cathedral built on the site where the last of the Romanovs (The Russian royal family) were brutally murdered by the Reds during the civil war in 1918. The next day we went into this in further detail visiting an old mine site in the surrounding forests where their bodies were buried. There's now 7 little wooden churches there (one for each murdered Romanov) to celebrate them as official saints on the Russian ...

      Trans Siberian train travel - part one

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Aug 25, 2014

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      As many people already suggested, 83 hours sat on a train may well not amount to Helen's idea of a once in a lifetime dream trip. On the other hand, those of you who know me well enough, will know that this amount of 'doing nothing time' had me practically salivating at the prospect! While we may have boarded the train with mixed expectations therefore, we both were nevertheless incredibly excited that we were about to experience something quite extraordinary. We had booked a ...

      Not quite according to plan...

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 18, 2013

      ... think his status, despite his abdication would keep him safe? I think if anything it would've been something akin to the latter.

      The train pulled in to Yekaterinburg at 10:25 Moscow time (all trains in Russia run on Moscow time), which is 12:25 local time. Sadly the rest of the day was a bitter disappointment. The whole reason I was in Yekaterinburg was to get to Gamina Yama, the site, now a monastery, where Nicholas and his family's bodies were dumped after their brutal ...