Globus Mini Hotel

Address: Kronshtadtskaya ulitsa, d. 4, Perm, Privolzhsky, 614081, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kronshtadtskaya ulitsa, d. 4, Perm.
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Perm

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jun 14, 2014

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6/14/2014

We arrived in Perm around 7am. Again we bought tickets for the next leg of the trip at the wonderful red machine. Upon leaving the station we noticed something different, Perm was nice. It's streets were cleaner, it buildings maintained better. Our hostel was a dorm this time, but luckily the 6 bed room was empty so Jamie and I had it all to ourselves. After settling in we set out to get haircuts. We found a Turkish barber shop and took the plunge. He didn't speak English ...

Living on board of a train

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

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... of welcome tea from the provodnitsa. What we really needed was a 2nd cup for our various liquids. Apparently some people got a glass from her. We were managing with an empty instant potato mash cup.

It's true we booked the ticket without services, but only because we didn't want 2 meals a day from the restaurant. After reading what can be purchased on several short stops we got curious and wanted to try that. Read the separate blog entry on what can be ...

Episode 9

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Jun 13, 2013

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... port area and of course it was closed the day we were there, but from the notice it seems that it is closed until further notice, so much for that idea.

We did go up onto the hill where there is a giant concrete soldier facing out over the port and an eternal flame. From there a great view of the city can be had even through the light drizzle that was falling and the temp had dropped to not much above freezing. The busy port below, a vital sea ...

'Foothills to the Urals' - where?

A travel blog entry by kandjgonomad on Oct 13, 2012

... route and the 'Green' historical route. We chose the Romantic route and followed it for a way around beautifully old and weathered traditional wooden buildings built by Russian traders and artisans before the Revolution. There was also really good graffiti on the walls which we got some pictures. Also, and really strangely we found a Boot's delivery van parked just of the main stretch - bit of a long delivery as there was no Boots store in ...

Head East Old Man

A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jun 25, 2012

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... incentive commission paid to train managers and drivers for being on time means that they are so. In terms of their varied forms I've seen metro lines emerge from long long escalators (70m down) to link directly with tram lines or monorail lines or electric trolley buses or normal combustion engine buses (official) and the informal marshrutkas. Then there would be water-buses (in SPb) and chauffeured pedal powered passenger bikes as well. Last ...