Richmond Hotel

Address: Malysheva St., 136, Yekaterinburg, Urals, 628078, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Malysheva St., 136, Yekaterinburg, is near Eburg circus, Yekaterinburg War Memorial, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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    Travel Blogs from Yekaterinburg

    The full Russian experience

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Jun 03, 2015

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... dancers, in this case they were women. A lot of their dance moves are very similar to ours. They sang as a group and a couple of them did solo turns too. After which Rick had to eat plenty of pastries to make up for the fact that I could only eat raspberries and alpine strawberries. Today we have taken a bus to Yekaterinburg, so are back in a big city. We were met outside the block where we had booked an apartment by an apologetic man who said the current people ...

    Yekaterinburg to Irkutsk: day 4

    A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 23, 2014

    ... different kinds of fried pasty type items (stuffed with what, we couldn't tell) came by indicating they were 4 roubles each, or was that 40? We said 'nyet' as we were half expecting a complimentary breakfast. An inspection of the restaurant car seemed to suggest that there would be no 'free' breakfast but there was a fairly extensive menu and a collection of brown bags with bottled water and other items inside which was in fact a little ...

    Day 30 Yekaterinburg

    A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... road. They believe there are many more sites like this still undiscovered in the forests surrounding the town.

    A bus tour through the town followed and we learned the other interesting fact about this city. During Stalin’s era the city became the manufacturing hub of Russia and all their military equipment and other secret manufacturing took place here. Up until the 90’s no foreigner was allowed here for fear they were spies trying to find out all ...

    Day 12 - Trans Mongolian Day 1

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 11, 2013

    ... and a bit of Russian. There's some confusion as we play, but generally I think we can consider that a success. As I haven't been able to get any drinks from any platform traders, I wander to the restaurant car to find some beers. I have already been warned off of the vodka in there by Alec last night as a rip off, but I hope that the beers will be better. They're not. They charge me 400 roubles (£8) for two cans of Baltika lager (which incidentally ...

    Not quite according to plan...

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 18, 2013

    ... of Nicholas, Alexandra and their children just felt...a little odd. Nicholas wasnt a particularly good Tsar. Or even an average one, if one is honest. He was militarily inept and refused to accept the reality of the country he was ruling. But he was a good person. He believed that the higher status one is, the greater the responsibility to help others should be, which is something he tried to instill in his children. During World War I, Alexandra and their daughters became nurses and ...