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... a prison-like stairwell. We followed the instructions and found the hostel which actually is more like somebody's apartment - there are two dorm rooms, a kitchen and a living room.
The owner was very helpful and friendly and even gave us 300 Roubles (6 quid) discount! That night we hung out with some of the other guests, drinking vodka and beer and eating samsas (Russian cornish pasties) and had a bit of ...
... is Voroshilov Battery. It is one of the military facilities built around Vladivostok during the early 20th century. The purpose of these batteries was defense against the Chinese and the Japanese. It is felt that these batteries kept Vladivostok from falling under attack and kept Vladivostok safe.
The battery is surrounded by woods and the trees have grown up some over the viewpoints so now you ...
After I'd farewell my train friends, Natalia, Evgeny and Vadim in front of the Vladivostok Station, I wandered back down onto the platform to look for the 9288 kilometres from Moscow obelisk. I sat down at its marbled-lined base and pulled the mini guitar out from its tattered plastic bags. I felt the joy of an objective realised and the sadness of a space and time ending, of friends ...
... in Madagan which will be our jumping off point for the rest of the tour. So downstairs we go and we turn in our two scuba bags to the front desk where they go to the luggage room. Took my hubby a bit of questioning and explaining but he finally got receipts for them as well which is good. So we sit in the lobby and wait for the group. Men start assembling and several come up to us and introduce themselves as we obviously ...
... which is known for good classic Russian food.
We sat down and ate a great meal with tons of food, including our friend Pavel's favorite, beetroot soup and our favorite, blinys :). Needless to say dinner was fantastic and it was a great meal to end our trip.
For our final night's stay we checked into the Vladivostok hotel which cost us R2,370.59 each. It was more expensive than the other hotels we had stayed in before, but we wanted to spend our ...
Other places to stay in Vladivostok
Naberejnaya 10, Vladivostok | Hostelfrom $40