Radisson Hotel, Astana
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Recently I visited the capital city f one of the most quite countries in Central Asia Kazakhstan. It is called Astana. I have spent there two days and really enjoyed them.
When I came here I came to the hotel called 'Hilton Garden Inn' which is very comfortable. First day I have visited many different places like: Central park where I have spent a ...
When I came to Astana I was really surprized by the view, that I saw.
Suprime monuments, complicated buildings, stylish and cuddy people made my first impression. After settling in my room, I went to the embankment of the river Ishim and the central park. There I had my lunch in Rafe cafe and had a little walk across the park. I really enjoyed my dinner, because the prices where relatively not so high (3000-4000 tenge for a person) and ...
... of another talented animals... SEALS. They did almost the same as dolphins but it felt so different. They made us laugh acting like people. They were black, little and very fast. The highlight of the whole show was the third part with big white WHALE. Her name was Camilla. She was so artistic and interacted with audience by playing ball with us, answering for our applauses and even posing to cameras. It was my favorite part of a show. Also ...
... president announced in 1994 that Astana, a small city in the north, closer to Russia than anywhere else, would become the capital 3 years later. And the building began. World-renowned architects such as Norman Foster were hired to create a slew of 'interesting' buildings, giving this new capital-out-of-nowhere a bit of clout. There are round ones, curved ones, wavy ones, pointy ones... one looks like an alien space ...
... they do is done (excuse my Kiwi colloquialism here ) **********. Everything is done at 120%, like you know, if we are going to build a new city let's build the most architecturally groundbreaking city we can muster, if we are going to work let's work 6 days a week and at least 10 hours a day with minimal provision for leave. ( I often received work emails from colleagues and reports from students requesting feedback at midnight!!!) If we ...