Grand Hotel Kazan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Kazan
... is just one of those things you gotta do, though. Again, this is most definitely not unique to Kazan or Russia.
Stairs in Russia are another great example of not making complete sense. Stairs are never even. I am talking like one stair can be five times taller than another. Some slippery tile stairs even have a nice slant to them in case you just wanted to slide down the stairs. Moral of the story, you better be very attentive to your footing or your shins will soon ...
... Russia. I have a twin bed (I think), bedside stand, closet cupboard thing, desk with two chairs, like a 22nd century lamp (so cool-responds to your touch), big cupboard/showcase/shelf thing, and a TV. I will definitely be watching some Russian TV to improve my Russian. The best part about my room is the view. My window faces the complex courtyard, but beyond the buildings I can see the Saint Peter and Saint Paul Cathedral in Kazan (in Russian ...
... it was time for me to leave Yuri and Larisa. I had packed my backpack, and I set off for Kurskiy Vokzal (Kursk Station), since that seemed to be where the trains to Nizhny Novgorod were, my next intended destination. After a long back and forth with an unhelpful lady at the register I figured out the best train to take and I actually managed to buy tickets for it.
While wandering, waiting for the train to leave, I found a cart that sold little ...
for 5 months and living out of a 60l backpack you certainly wouldn’t waste
space packing your lipstick and stiletto heels. That’s another difference we
have noticed between those travelling for short and extended periods of time.
We have brought all our ‘travelling’ or practical clothes with us, the type of
clothes that wear well and you wouldn’t be too upset over to have to drop when
the weather ...
... river and two amazing buildings, one looked classical with a large archway over the main entrance, which had been embellished with an extremely bronze tree. Next-door was an absolutely beautiful Gothic building. We asked Kate about them, they were both built in 2005, making them Neo Gothic apartment blocks and the Neo Classical Ministry of Agriculture. We had well and truly hit our 3:30 wall a little later than usual so we made our way back to the little ...