Alye Parusa Hotel

Address: Aivazovsky Avenue 47 B, Feodosia, Crimean Peninsula, 98100, Ukraine | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Aivazovsky Avenue 47 B, Feodosia.
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+++ Swimming in the black sea +++

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Aug 02, 2012

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... has come true after great summer weather. The sun is shining and it's always the last days over 30 degrees
.... and it goes on. So go on and on to the next destination.


Mit 'Swimming in the black sea' habe ich das Zweite Ziel nach weiteren gut 8'000 Km meiner Reise ...

Big ride / Husarenritt

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Aug 01, 2012

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... even the tent, broken rod because of a cow. Least it would have been a bear, I would have at least one great story to tell. Stupid cow!


Am Morgen mit Georg und Bertel die Stadt Odessa angeschaut und dann in einem Husarenritt auf die ...

The Golicyn's Path

A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Aug 07, 2010

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... t our fault. Fortunately, he’s understanding. We get out of Kara Dag and head for Novy Svit, a popular resort. There, we rent a motorboat which takes us to our Vesele.

It’s not a long cruise, though it should have been. Some people were wrong… whatever! It’s nice! The views are amazing, the sea is clear, the weather is great. And only now we see where we were roaming all day and how far we diverged from the Golicyn’s Path…

Basking in the Crimean sun

A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Aug 05, 2010

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... without tarmac. And don’t even look for a street name or a signpost.
The aforementioned shops remind me of old Polish movies about communism and empty shelves. Fortunately, these shops do have some basic goods andalcohol of course. They have the latter galore. Even if there’s no bread, the fridge is always full of beer. And it costs nothing! Food is also cheap. To my surprise, I paid some 0,10 eurocents for ...

McGyver Show: Along the eastern coast of the Crima

A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Aug 04, 2010

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After a calm night spent on the front seat of the car (we didn't have time and strength to put up the tent) we admire the beautiful cliff which we were close to fall off last night. The Black Sea looks great! Clear water and an amazing beach. It’s a pity that people can throw away rubbish wherever they want. On the other hand, rubbish scares other people away and make the place wild and deserted. We take a quick bath ...