Ural

Address: 58 Lenin Street, Perm, Privolzhsky, 614000, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 58 Lenin Street, Perm.
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      Travel Blogs from Perm

      Ice caves and Gulags

      A travel blog entry by stapes on Sep 08, 2014

      11 photos

      ... was the most taciturn guide that I have ever seen (including Elyena from the day before, who had a good excuse), she literally walked us around the site and pointed at various parts of the camp. I was just wondering whether we were going to learn anything about the prison when she opened the door to a one room museum (which, in fairness, housed plenty of objects, photos and prisoner drawings and had some English captions) and let us browse for 20 minutes ...

      Perm

      A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jun 14, 2014

      10 photos

      ... went for a hike around area and finished the cave site off with some Russian pancakes. We opted to walk back to the train station instead of taking a taxi. This allowed us to really get a feel for the Russian countryside. The potholed dirt roads and crumbly cement bridges possessed a certain type of charm. Soon we arrived at the station with about an hour to spare. What do to, what to do? So we found a bar and had some beer. Slightly buzzed we boarded the train which was completely full. ...

      Ice cold caves and street art

      A travel blog entry by annemariehellem on Jul 10, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      We arrive in the evening in Perm, which seems to be a quiet city. It looks less modern than Ekaterinburg. We have a homestay at 2 apartments, neighbours from each other. The difference between the 2 hosts cannot be bigger but the hospitality in both families is so warm and welcoming. In both houses we get the bedrooms, the ladies sleep on the couch in the living room. As the apartments are downtown, it might be expensive to live here and we assume that both ...

      Starting out from Moscow

      A travel blog entry by gearoids on Jun 01, 2011

      4 photos

      ... soon understood where we were going and how crazy we were. They gave comments to our sanity and also to how beautiful the trip would be, we know some Russian! We swapped email and phone numbers and the young blonde took a shine to Dan!  Got to bed around midnight and started reading game of thrones ( I know Sean will be happy) and listening to sweet disposition and prann . Really got the buzz of excitement tonight to know we were starting this great adventure! ...

      Trans Siberian / Mongolian Day 2

      A travel blog entry by mermaids on Oct 28, 2010

      1 comment

      ... alongside concrete multi story blank faced soviet buildings. Towers of red and white spewing something into the atmosphere. The ever present gilding on a church dome in the distance.

      It is an eclectic confusion of architecture and times that I am merely skimming past on my journey.

      My cabin is comfy enough with 4 bunks and a table. It is overly heated at night but the heating appears to go off or down during the day and is much more comfortable. There ...