Suleiman Palace Hotel

55 Petersburgskaya ulitsa, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, Privolzhsky, 420107, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 55 Petersburgskaya ulitsa, Kazan, is near Kazan Kremlin, The main street of Kazan, Saint Peter and Saint Paul Cathedral, and Kazan Opera House.
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    Travel Blogs from Kazan

    The In's and Out's of Kazan

    A travel blog entry by hroberg01 on Jul 06, 2014

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... letters of script. For example a print "D" sound in Russian looks like a house on stilts. The script lowercase letter is an English lowercase "g." So, clearly, the uppercase script letter is an English cursive uppercase "D." Now that I have made my point, writing in all lowercase letters just makes so much more sense (aka it is just easier). No matter, my host mom concluded that I have no idea when a capital letter should be used. I tried to explain to her that I just ...

    My head is ten times heavier!

    A travel blog entry by hroberg01 on Jun 15, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... single. day. As the title of this post suggests, my head literally weighs more after class. My head gains weight via Russian the same as I would via McDonald's/ chocolate, etc. Like it is a real struggle for my neck. All I want to do after class is sleep and sleep some more.

    Thankfully, my lessons subsided after class on Friday. On Friday night, a bunch of us went to this cute bar called Intellect/IQ Bar where they have books lining the walls. Saturday we had a ...

    Travels through the Republic of Tatarstan.

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 17, 2013

    2 comments

    ... of the Khanate.

    I then stopped off for lunch in the Kremlin cafe which was good and very cheap. After lunch I made my way to the National Tatarstan Museum just outside the kremlin, which had extensive displays on the history of the region from stone age times to the present. Outside of the museum and the kremlin is a statue dedicated to Musa Dzhalil, a Tatar poet killed by the Nazis in a concentration camp. The statue is quite emotive, with Musa breaking the barbed wire ...

    Out of Asia and into Europe

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on May 17, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... bread, Nick and I headed out to visit the Central Stadium (it’s really a park). Wow! Outside the park were a number of stalls which were selling fruit trees to take home and plant in your yard (in Russia, a “Yard” is like an English allotment). There were apple trees, pear trees, cherry trees, plum trees, all sort of berry canes… MJ was almost in tears because there was so much variety, they were so cheap and she ...

    Tartar surprise!

    A travel blog entry by kfairhall on Jul 12, 2012

    ... areas. That evening we sampled some tartar style foods which whilst similar to Russian were indeed different still simple but delightful. The following day was fairly warm and we headed out to a monastery by a lake.  We again absorbed the beautiful churches, were sung a Russian traditional prayer by the resident monks, and filled out bottles with spring water famed for its healing and health properties.  We took a dip ...