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 …
Tour ending in Vladivostok
July 15, 2012
Our last day of touring with the group and everyone scatters tomorrow. Today is Vladivostok day but won't be a huge tour as most of the group has done some exploring here already but we will hit some of the high points. We have heard of some underground tours where "diggers" (seems to be …
Final destination in Russia: Vladivostok (Lord of the East)! Almost 12.000 km from the Netherlands and 4 weeks of riding. Although I think I've seen enough Russia it's still strange to be leaving this place in a day or two. It seems normal to be here although in the past few weeks I've had my doubts regarding the ambitious timetable we set …
Lost in Vladivostok
We have time after checking in to wander around a bit. Julie wants to find the market and some fruit. I am thinking this would be a good healthy thing to do so I ask to go with her. Unfortunately, we both had forgotten the instructions on getting to the store so we turned the wrong way when we left the hotel. Not too …
Heading off the lovely Vladivostok today. I have been told it is the San Francisco of the Far Eastern part of Russia. To my ignorant mind, I have also been informed that it is NOT a part of Siberia. Hmm. What do you know? I always thought just about everything to the east of the middle of the country was Siberia. Learn something new every day. …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services