AZIMUT Hotel Vladivostok & Amur Bay
Travel Blogs from Vladivostok
Okay it took three days to get the bike through customs, using "Illya" a Russian / Japanese / English interpreter, who knew the system. We heard horror stories of the process taking two weeks when foreigners tried to undertake the process alone. The customs system and buildings were a throwback to the good old days of USSR.
Just before we left …
... floor but nothimg was very interesting. Overall the souvenirs in Russia were slim pickings - few and poor quality. Editor: The soviet statues in the square opposite the GUM were, however, just amazing! We decided to have an early dinner at restaurant adjacent to the Lenin statue - the Republic. In fact it was a cafeteria with decent food and cheap prices. We had multiple serves of vegetables and salad and some roast chicken for less than 500 roubles, ...
Back in Vladivostok for a brief airport transit. Misty and cool. It's mid-evening. And nobody in transit seems to be able to tell me where and when the flight to Western Siberia's capital, Novosibirsk, is leaving! They've all headed for the smokers room. That Kamchatka air must have been too much for ...
... look at your boarding pass and passport. Then there are several people who look again at the same before you are allowed to go out the door to board the bus. And upon exiting the bus, you must at least show your boarding pass to climb the stairs and board the plane and finally one last show of the boarding pass to the flight attendants. Seems like a lot but then there was the young man in London after we returned from our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services