Best Eastern Hotel Almaz Urala

Address: 58 ulitsa Lenina, Perm, Privolzhsky, 614000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 58 ulitsa Lenina, Perm.
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Travel Blogs from Perm

Usvinskie Rock Poles

A travel blog entry by jsjsjss on Aug 30, 2015

We woke up early morning in a flat of our CS host who kindly accept our request in Perm. From the very first time we'd seen that city the weather wasn't the best, it was pouring down rain the whole day and night. We weren't sure that it's a good idea to have a trek fighting with such an unpleasant weather but we had not more than one day to discover this beautiful place which is called Usvinskie Rock Poles.
The whole destination from Perm to the river Usva took ...

Ice caves and Gulags

A travel blog entry by stapes on Sep 08, 2014

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... Just about worth it. We both got very excited when I understood the word Paleozoic (though on later research, this refers to an era millions of years ago and the caves are only 10,000 years old so not sure that I learned anything. Elyena, bless her, had brought some paper along so that she could explain anything with numbers in (so temperatures and cave dimensions - "The height of this cave is 3m? Really? Fascinating!") Sorry, she also spoke a little ...

Perm (no not for the hair!)

A travel blog entry by jumplife on Aug 22, 2014

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... who travelled with his dad. He paid almost everything with creditcard bonuses. In the US they have some flight mile bonuses if you use there creditcard so he had a system that allowed him to get all the bonuses without spending any money. He had enough flight miles to last a life time and hotel points to live 6 months in a hotel, for free. And he was still earning more. So we talked a lot about that on the train.

Next part for adventure: Irkutsk! ...


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

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... like an apple turnover, it wasn't. The mystery meat inside was uneatable. A short taxi ride later we arrived at the "world famous" Kungor ice cave. We bought a $10USD ticket for the next tour (in Russian). The cave is not that interesting. It's a standard karst cave, where the entrance and exit are iced, probably from the extreme cold during the winters. There are some tacky ice sculptures with back lighting. Not the best cave I've seen. After a long cold tour which we couldn't ...

Living on board of a train

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

2 comments, 3 photos

... and blogs had all been mentioning that toilets are locked 30min before and after stops. However, on Rossiya V2.0 there is a closed system with vacuum toilets like on airplanes. Very comfortable.

On day 3 still no shower to be found. I had asked the Provodnitsa for a "banja" and she had shaken her head and continued walking down the alley. Carmine said I had asked for a sauna. As the system with cat washing and wet wipes worked fairly well we dropped the shower ...