Tsimlyanskaya 17A, Irkutsk, Lake Baikal, Siberia, 664046, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Irkutsk

Lake Baikal - Day 2

A travel blog entry by keasmith


... looking inside the ice stalagmites and stalactites where so impressive. As we walked in one of the caves Lea caught a stalagmite. The ice in this section we where stood on was relatively smooth. Looking down thru the ice you see how thick it is. The lake this year took ten days to freeze as it's been so mild. In colder years it can take just three days. As we hoped back in the magic van we headed ...

Irkutsk - Lake Baikal

A travel blog entry by keasmith


... English was very good and his response was so is yours with a smile on his face. Driving across the main bridge in Irkust gave me a real sense of the size of this place. It's the main city in this part of Siberia. Jack told us how the river hasn't frozen since the power station was built and then told us that we will be driving 320km to the island on the middle of the lake. It was just the three of us on this tour. The drive out of the ...

Beauty of Siberia

A travel blog entry by guytang


... in it. Not only was the lake beautiful, the forrest, snowy landscape and general nothingness was all part of the beauty of Siberia. It look so peaceful and tranquil, made me want to move to Siberia and build my own log cabin (obviously I will have satellite tv and internet, it will be a modern log cabin :p). I think I'm destined to emigrate to BC at some point in my life, maybe if I still have no anchors in the next 3 years I will just do it! Anyway, I ...

And I will swim 400 miles...

A travel blog entry by philandmups


... of Lake Baikal. Fact. 2. If the world ran out of all other drinking water tomorrow, Lake Baikal could keep the entire world watered for the next 40 years (it has 20% of the world's fresh water in it). Fact. 3. If you poured all the water in Lake Baikal over every land mass in the world it would cover it all to a depth of 20cm. Fact. 4. If all the rivers in the world fed into Lake Baikal it would take them a year to fill it. Fact. So there we go. I don't bandy about phrases ...

Last day in Commieville

A travel blog entry by almightyg73


... 8217;m pretty sure not on Fridays as from last night’s experience the ghetto was most definitely still in the ghetto! So I lay there trying to sleep during this din but couldn’t for the life of me, just too much going on.

I get the impression that Irkutsk is a busy place with travellers and tourists during the summer months as it’s the nearest major town to Lake Baikal. I guess this appeases the locals somewhat during those months. The shopkeepers ...


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