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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdelweiss Hotel Ulan Bator
Good internet and nice service. Breakfast was good to. Needs a facelift.
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... and Sunjay for an unforgettable 6 days. They also thanked us for being a great group of people. I had a quick dash to the open air market which was absolutely huge and sold just about everything you would ever need. Then the 5 of us went out for a meal to a local restaurant which was delicious. What a great ending to our adventure. I was hoping to get some sleep but a Mongolian women (now living in Germany) who was staying in the hostel started talking to me wanting to know ...
... train is jacked up it would just end up all over the engineers and I'm sure you can image how happy you'd be if that happened to you. I opt for the later choice hoping to fall back to sleep during the process. While checking out the borders steamy red light district late in the evening sounds interesting cooler heads prevail. Fortunately I manage to fall back asleep after our passports are returned and sleep soundly until the brief interruption at the Mongolian side. I ...
I was disappointed that due to visa reasons, we had to change our early plans and fly rather than travel overland into Mongolia along the old Silk Road. There is however one advantage of flying than over landing (apart from of course being quicker), and that's seeing the country you're visiting from the air. From Kyrgyzstan we flew over a large section of Mongolia and the views out of the plane windows were spectacular. First we flew over the Tian Shan mountain range in ...
... champagne welcome. I return to my compartment at 11:30pm.
It’s not called a cabin-that is the term for a room on a ship.
I share a wash basin with with Don & Ruth who are from Chicago also! It’s a Small World.
I barely have time to think let alone take notes. Road Scholar keeps you very busy. I’m having a great time.
... another day of chanting at the monastery and although I love chanting, I simply could not stand being inside this afternoon. It was SOOOO crowded, and with everyone squeezing in harder and harder, I couldn't help but think about what would happen if there was a fire or a panic. So, I went outside and what did I find? Just as many people squeezed onto the walkways outside the monastery. It was very interesting watching the people and observing ...