Azimut Hotel Vladivostok
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- TV Other Russia
- Multilingual staff
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... including the Temple of Hambo Lama Itigilov. He was the 12th Khambo Lama and before he died in 1927 he left instructions that his body should be buried in the position in which he died and that it should be exhumed 30 years later. He died in the lotus position and was exhumed in 1955 and monks were amazed to see his body preserved. In 2002 his body was exhumed again and it still looks like he only died recently. He has been declared a sacred object of Buddhism.
... 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, ...
... ever, it was time to leave the hermit kingdom. After a night of no sleep and too much booze, my friend Kev who I am travelling with and I boarded the 5am bus to Incheon airport. It was weird leaving Korean soil after it being home for the past two years, but its definatley time for something new.
We arrived in Vladivostok after a flight with dogs on board to be greeted by an icy runway and snow ...