Best Eastern Hotel Almaz Urala

58 ulitsa Lenina, Perm, Privolzhsky, 614000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Perm

Living on board of a train

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Jul 28, 2013

2 comments, 3 photos

First class sleeper train is a world apart. Having a large compartment to the two of us makes the 78-hour-ride much more appealing. There is plenty of storage under the bunk, behind the seat and above the entrance. The fixed table comfortably dines two people. Not much compares to the train experience in Vietnam, where three of us had shared a compartment with three other people.

Some things still need to be worked out. The provodnitsa in first class must be a ...

Episode 9

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 13, 2013

23 photos

... or visa, just as well. It probably only took about an hour or so at the border and most of that was filling in the paper work, then we were off into the wilds of Russia.

Started off on a good tarmac road but of course that couldn't last could it. Soon it was a rough, potholed gravel road and that’s where we met all the traffic going the other way. Then, blow me down, when we got back on the tarmac we shredded a tyre. Great start to ...

'Foothills to the Urals' - where?

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Oct 13, 2012

So we arrived in the foothills to the Urals - only thing is the land was as flat as pancake! Had ideas that foothills meant that there would actually be hills. All-in-all not Dr Zhivago country (like in the film) although some of the buildings were used as inspiration for Pasternak's book. Perm is a reasonably big and modern city and there were tourist routes painted in lines along pavements pointing out key buildings and areas. There was the ...

Trans Mongolian Train - Travel Blues

A travel blog entry by ch5443 on Aug 04, 2011

We passed over the Ural Mountains whilst I was sleeping, so did not get to see the point where Asia meets Europe.

The scenery remained beautiful, but had changed into meadows and we started to see the Russian summer cottages - dachas. These are places that people from the bigger cities like Moscow have land where they grow their own food, and just have a quiet retreat from city life.

I sadly said goodbye to Slava. It turns out ...

The Trans-Siberian Railway Begins

A travel blog entry by spinkontour on Feb 02, 2011

1 comment, 2 photos

... passed village after village all buried under snow with all signs of life non-existant. It appears to be mass hibernation. Beyond the villages there is mile after mile of beautiful pine and beech forest, the beech trees being particularly beautiful as they are bear of green leaves but appear instead to be completely covered in white flowers.

I have been down to the dining car and had breakfast of pancakes and jam and a ...