- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Prikamie Perm
Travel Blogs from Perm
... and met a couple, who spoke english, really few people do, as we come further east. We had fun and were introduced to the nightlife in real Russia, outside the tourist cities. Apart from the touring the cave and hitting the clubs, we spent most of the time relaxing. And we got some work done too.
From Perm we had 3 days in train ahead of us. Here we met some interesting people, I will not mention them all only the most interesting ones. There was ...
... as to where to buy tickets we just got then on the train. Apparently you can simply buy tickets for local trains onboard. We purchased our tickets from the conductor and settled in for the 2 hour ride. A very jovial drunk Russian man took fancy with Fenna, the conductor quickly shoed him away. Hilarious. We arrived at Kungor hungry. I noticed what looked and smelled like a donut shop. Not sure what to order off the Russian menu we just ordered what everyone else was eating, something ...
... standing on the counter on day 2. It looks like there is no process for "remove spoiled food item from inventory". The so-so red wine from the Italians was vinegar on day 2.
The third class passengers on the other hand seemed to be having great fun eating and singing to a guy playing the accordeon. I guess people bring their own entertainment, food and drinks to the train. Rossiya has power plugs in all classes hence laptops were a frequent sight.
... pasture and stacks of silage beside the road, this is tundra country with permafrost not far below the surface, the trees don’t grow very tall and the summer is very short. We were above the 68th parallel. If you look on the map the equivalent latitude south places you somewhere on the Antarctic continent.
As we made our way back south again we passed a couple of large mines but have no idea what it is that is being mined, ...
So we arrived in the foothills to the Urals - only thing is the land was as flat as pancake! Had ideas that foothills meant that there would actually be hills. All-in-all not Dr Zhivago country (like in the film) although some of the buildings were used as inspiration for Pasternak's book. Perm is a reasonably big and modern city and there were tourist routes painted in lines along pavements pointing out key buildings and areas. There was the ...