This russian Discotheque and Cafe is the only place where you will be able to take a drink in the evening next to the cruiseport. It was almost empty, with just a very small dancing-floor and no local people around. This might be better during the high season of cruising. We had been there in early May. Take a look at the facy toilets in my last photograph !
Dress Code: Nobody will care for a dresscode in places like that in Russia.
Well this could go under anywhere in Russia, I just did it in Perm' first and so felt it needed to go here. There is a billiards club just around the right hand corner to Hotal Ural (see Hotel Ural tip/info for location) and through an archway. It gets cheaper the later in the evening that you go. Russian Billiards is different to other billiards/pool/snooker. All balls are white and have a number written on them. Your task is to pot as many as you can. Quite simple really. No working in order of ball, or hitting the opponents balls by accident. Just pot the balls. Table sizes are big and so actually it is a more difficult task than you would think. But good fun because it is so simple rules wise, and so anyone can play.
Dress Code: none (that I can remember)