- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... dont work) and got our bearings, and went to find a hostel. 8 am on a sunday morniong, and four people stopped us and asked us if we needed any help. very friendly people! \we found a nice hostel, got checked in for a few days, and went for some food. cola and kebab! i've been craving it since moscow! and it was just as good as i hoiped! :) we then slept for a bit, and went out to get some food for dinner, and the next few days. we also talked to ...
... and 3 members of her family tried to enter our carriage which was already three quarters full, so after a lot of shouting in Mongolian and Russian and a lot of baggage moving, a carriage aisle of people looking very confused ( the Germans Russian language skills were about as good as mine!) A grinning chap stuck his head around the corner of our cabin and pronounced proudly "this is Russia!" as people jostled in what was absolute chaos, after about 15 minutes of this the ...
... very elderly Japanese couple who were happy to engage in pleasantries but the man clearly wanted to get back to looking out the window. As he watched, his wife sat in the corner with her hands in her lap and dozed. I'm all for gazing out of the window but he was watching the desert, one of the most monotonous and barren places I had ever seen. It was beautiful but it honestly didn't change.
After teaching Louise how to play scopa in the restaurant car over a few lunchtime beers ...
... be OK. Time will tell. At least I was able to have a hot shower after 5-6 days without. And there is a promise of wifi, although right now it's supposedly "broken". It was sad saying goodbye to our driver this afternoon. He was a lovely and kind man, with sparkling and curious eyes. Despite his beyond middle age, he seemed to have a liveliness in him that has not been evident in the Mongolians I have come across so far. Even ...
... and wheat pillows about the place we both finally fell back to sleep just before 6.25 to be then disturbed by the howling wind outside. I refused to get out of bed before 8am, but I gave into the elements and hit the showers. Last hair wash until Beijing- now that's a scary thought. Breakfast was a beautiful array of pancakes, wheetos and more jam and bread- we were encouraged to fill up as this was our last meal as the Discover Mongolia Tour A-Team. Danny, odd ...