- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tomsk
Travel Blogs from Tomsk
... 100kms so you can see the landscape clearly. To help the time pass we have ample supplies of chocolate, instant noodles etc. At the end of every carriage there is boiling water and the "carriage and frequently grumpy controller" will sell you coffee and snacks. We also have antiseptic wipes and hand wash just in case you have to go to the toilet, which is cleanish but.....probably best avoided! Once it's dark we play cards, read, visit the ...
... From massive displays of wealth, to young people complaining about lack of employment opportunities. The cars around the Kremlin in Moscow were amazing - massive black BMWs, Mercedes monsters and large black Lexus cars dominated. In the countryside the cars are much more modest and the Lada still seems to be in production - but it looks like a 1970s vehicle. Incomes must be generally low. Everywhere seems to be looking for excuses to employ people, ...
... routine continued for a while until the owner realized two things: (1) her retrieval efforts were proving futile; and, (2) I didn't mind Felix's company. So with that, Felix became my new bunkmate as the night wore on and we both eventually fell asleep. 19 June 2014: Sadly, Felix's owner had successfully corralled him and they disembarked before I woke up this morning. Oh well, at least I can say I know him. Tomsk is located off the main Trans-Siberian route, a ...
... to two uppers near the middle of the train. That was by far the biggest mistake made on any of the trains for many reasons, number one there are no windows that open on that side of the car. We relied on the dirty old women across from us for air. At some point 20 or so young Russian soldiers boarded the train, every 30sec or so they were passing through the door for a smoke (technically against the rules, but it's Russia) ...
... mile of the ride along the Trans-Siberian.
I got told off a few times. Firstly using the red handle on the samova (large hot water dispenser) I should have turned the blue handle for hot water. Secondly, on the first morning, people around me were handing in their bedding. I joined in, not knowing that these people were departing the train. I thought it was odd that we got new bedding, especially in 3rd ...