Hotel Hyundai

Address: Semyonovskaya St., 29, Vladivostok, Far East Russia, 690091, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Semyonovskaya St., 29, Vladivostok.
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    Travel Blogs from Vladivostok

    Trans Siberian

    A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... as instructed, that our identified restaurant for the night was dark and very shut. Not to be put off we walked around and found a super place and dined on fish soup, Greek salad and fish. When I tried to order something else in Russian with the colleague of the waitress who had been serving us, she turned and ran away saying in Russian, "I don’t speak English!!"

    The plan was to get up at 05:00 the next morning and walk to see the Pacific Fleet before catching ...


    A travel blog entry by david_irina on Jul 14, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 1074;дава 90;ься в детал 80;, очень напом 80;нает наше прошл 86;е (ряжен 082;а, ватру 96;ки с творо ...

    The cafeteria in the shadow of Lenin's statue

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 26, 2014

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    ... from a wire, we decided this was not the place and withdrew in haste. With no further luck we decided warmth and caffeine were necessary and stopped at a coffee shop called Pirate Coffee, whose logo looked suspiciously like Starbucks. The shop was trendy and filled with young 20 somethings and thus the help spoke good English, the coffee was good, and the place was warm and comfortable. Cath briefly activated her data roaming to check the ...

    Dasvidanya Russia

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 29, 2013

    ... easy. As I hadn't stayed anywhere in Russia for more than 7 days, I technically wasn't required to register my visa anywhere. I was wondering whether this would be a problem but just in case I had kept all my train and bus tickets to prove my movements. But they weren't required. The customs officer did her thing, gave me my passport back and didn't ask any questions. I had heard this is largely the case now when leaving Russia, but you can never be sure here.


    STILL in Vladivostok!

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Apr 02, 2013


    ... But then, we were introduced to Barbara Watson who had been to Russia only the year before. After listening to Barbara, we had hit panic stations! She had horror stories to tell us about their experience with Customs in Vladivostok! It's true that they problems started before they left Australia because of industrial action by Patricks, but they basically told us that we had to provide a DETAILED inventory, eg 4 x bowls, 4 x spoons, etc.

    So, we used ...