TripAdvisor Reviews Milena Hotel Kazan
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... out, she seemed confused and I ultimately lost the whole coffee. I don't know if she thought I was going to buy another one to go or what, but it was a major bummer if you know how much I love my coffee. Anyways, class was class on Wednesday and then two girls and I went to this super cute international cafe for lunch where we had fried eggs and bacon (and good, too). After lunch, I ran some errands around the mall and on my way I happened across this Egyptian street performance. ...
... I am the Christmas Party" in the middle of July
c. A girls shirt "We read magazines"
We also think that if there is a typo on a shirt that was destined for an English speaking country, it is sent here. Some words just don't make sense at all.
2. Russian women dress up to go to all events and their male counterparts typically look like they just rolled out of bed. The women wear the most impractical shoes, ...
... sup> Platskart and occasionally 4th which are seats. Most people
tend to travel either 2nd or 3rd class. 2nd
class consists of a compartment of usually 4 beds (two on the bottom and two on
the top, similar to bunk beds). These are quite private and your mess is your
own. 3rd class is quite similar in that it is broken up into
compartments, but there are no doors for
privacy, and along ...
... very expensive hotel to our little cozy hostel. I think it was actually a cheap hotel. The lobby was very sparse with a couch, two armchairs and a coffee table and that was it for common areas. The good thing was we all got twin rooms, two single beds and a table between, fancy. We got some time to have a shower then met Kate back in the lobby. Food time – she took us on he underground one stop through a central shopping part of the town where ...
... bathrooms were, so we settled in and got some small amounts of sleep throughout the night (not very much for either of us really I think!). We arrived into Kazan at 9.30am, still on the same time as Moscow, and were met at the station by our driver. The temperature gauge on the station clock said -27, yes -27, and the droplets in my nose started to freeze, never have I been anywhere so cold! The train itself was overly warm at around 24 degrees, luckily we'd learnt from ...