Hotel Vladivostok

10, Naberezhnaya Street, Vladivostok, Far East Russia, 690091, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 10, Naberezhnaya Street, Vladivostok, is near Kolomenskoye Historical and Architectural Museum and Reserve and Gorky's House (Ryabushinsky Mansion).
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Travel Blogs from Vladivostok

The Metro

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 22, 2013


... In addition to the subway map--which hopefully you carry at all times--there are apps for this. I have two. Then you count the number of stops for each line. Remember these numbers! You fix in your brain the names of the interchanges as well. However, the number of stops is crucial because you don't freakin' know how to pronounce the names of the stops. You do gradually learn to recognize the names of stops you most often use when they are ...

The Metro, Cathedrals, The Kremlin, and Padlocks.

A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 16, 2012

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... of one by the staff member checking my room card, and found a couple of my fellow tour group members there to join. We found ourselves outnumbered about 50 to 1 by Asian travellers, it would appear that the hotel we were at was very popular for tourist groups. Breakfast wasn't too bad, very similar to what you would find in a western hotel, but as I mentioned, this very much appeared to be a tourist hotel so that could be expected I guess.

The group met Sara ...

The Hunt for Red October

A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Sep 10, 2012

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... the city, first stop obviously has to be Red Square. Little did we know that on the 8th September there had been a big military tattoo display in Red Square and the entire area was cordoned off with the seating from the display still being dismantled. We literally could not believe our luck that we would come to Moscow and the most famous attraction is inaccessible, gutted. But we persevered and trundled around the edge of the Square and made our way to ...


A travel blog entry by jsuviste on Aug 18, 2012

... is cut off from the public. The actual tour consisted of seeing the churches inside one of the squares in the Kremlin, there are 5 churches on all sides of the square, each holding their own significance. It was here when the rain started so we all ran inside to take cover. We cannot take photos inside, the churches are truly beautiful and every inch of the walls are covered in paintings. It is also interesting to see the different icons in the Churches. The rest of the ...