Relax Hotel

Address: Naberezhnaya 3-rd ulitsa, d. 44A, Perm, Privolzhsky, 614013, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Naberezhnaya 3-rd ulitsa, d. 44A, Perm.
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Travel Blogs from Perm

Living on board of a train

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

2 comments, 3 photos

First class sleeper train is a world apart. Having a large compartment to the two of us makes the 78-hour-ride much more appealing. There is plenty of storage under the bunk, behind the seat and above the entrance. The fixed table comfortably dines two people. Not much compares to the train experience in Vietnam, where three of us had shared a compartment with three other people.

Some things still need to be worked out. The provodnitsa in first class must be a ...

Episode 9

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 13, 2013

23 photos

... or visa, just as well. It probably only took about an hour or so at the border and most of that was filling in the paper work, then we were off into the wilds of Russia.

Started off on a good tarmac road but of course that couldn't last could it. Soon it was a rough, potholed gravel road and that’s where we met all the traffic going the other way. Then, blow me down, when we got back on the tarmac we shredded a tyre. Great start to ...

Odyssey / Irrfahrten

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Jun 07, 2013

8 photos

... 1. Navi führte mich auf die falsche Strasse, 2. Keine Fähre wo eine sein sollte, 3. Zu morastiger Untergrund und kein Durchkommen mit dem Töff. Dafür sieht mein Motorrad nun nach Weltreise aus J

Da ich den Weg nicht nach Perm an einem Tag schaffe, werde ich über Nacht irgendwo in der Natur übernachten. Hoffe nur, dass kein hungriger Bär mitten in der Nacht vor dem Zelt ...

Logarithmic Journeys

A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jun 24, 2012

4 photos

... meet kind people everywhere. But no English speakers since I left St Petersburg (SPb) and Moscow. Mile after mile of green forests of pine, spruce, fir, beech and oak. I can see Russia has most of the world's supply. Huge expanses. And the look of the people is slowly changing as I approach the border between Europe and Asia. It's been flat mostly from SPb, Moscow and out to here in Perm. But as my logarithmic journey times continue I expect things will change. They always ...

Trans Mongolian Train - Travel Blues

A travel blog entry by ch5443 on Aug 04, 2011

We passed over the Ural Mountains whilst I was sleeping, so did not get to see the point where Asia meets Europe.

The scenery remained beautiful, but had changed into meadows and we started to see the Russian summer cottages - dachas. These are places that people from the bigger cities like Moscow have land where they grow their own food, and just have a quiet retreat from city life.

I sadly said goodbye to Slava. It turns out ...