Acfes Seiyo Hotel

100-letiya Vladivostoka prospekt, d. 103, Vladivostok, Far East Russia, 690048, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 100-letiya Vladivostoka prospekt, d. 103, Vladivostok.
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    Travel Blogs from Vladivostok

    Day, 37, 38, 39, 40 Travelling to Vladivostok

    A travel blog entry by jblackley on Aug 09, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    After our day in Mongolia we once again made the border crossing. The hours were a bit better this time, reaching the Mongolia border at 6.45 am. The only problem is that while you are at the borders you are not allowed to have a shower as the shower water is released directly onto the tracks, and we assume they check under the trains at the crossings. This meant we had to get up early to have our showers before we arrived at the crossing. Once again Mongolia ...

    Yul-tide and the Hunt for Red October

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 08, 2014

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... city became known as Russia’s wild-west where rival gangs (and soon-to-be oligarchs) fought gun battles for supremacy.

    The navy is still prominent here, but given its location close to Japan, S. Korea and China and with a year-round port free of ice (although sometimes only with the help of icebreakers), Vladivostok is Russia’s main point of entry and exit for its extensive trade and business with east Asia. A rather quirky illustration of this are the ...

    The cafeteria in the shadow of Lenin's statue

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 26, 2014

    55 photos

    ... We had bought food at the supermarket in Irkutsk for the train. [Editor: including what I thought was instant rice which turned out to be instant mashed potato - a little like Deb - and we christened it gloop! Despite how it looked, I ate it]. The train grew on us. We were use to the routines. The rhythm of the carriage rocking us to sleep; waking to the sunrise over the frozen steppe or hills; walking to the samovar for cups of tea and ...

    STILL in Vladivostok!

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Apr 02, 2013


    ... flights quite some time before the car was booked and selected our arrival dates based on information received from Bill. So, we arrived in Vladivostok on Monday, 25 March. Bill had told us that the car would arrive on 28 March, but then he said that he would try to get it trans-shipped in Busan onto a faster boat and that it might arrive on 25 March. Poor Nick got his hopes when he heard that - and, dear old Murphy got involved and the container didn't arrive on ...

    The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming !

    A travel blog entry by dougo on May 06, 2012

    34 photos

    ... as you can see over most things. From the bow, we could see the bikers and a little further around, another lovely church with golden “onion” domed shapes.

    The harbour of Vladivostock was reasonably clean but more like a river than a harbour. It may have looked a bit like a river because all the commercial boats – and there were many of them, were docked with their stern to the wharf and their bow sticking out into the ...