Dakkar Resort Hotel

Address: 13 Kalicha Street, Balaklava, Crimean Peninsula, 299042, Ukraine | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 13 Kalicha Street, Balaklava, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Balaklava

    The Many Battles of Crimea

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 08, 2013

    What a great day in Sevastopol (Se-vas-TO-pol)! We had breakfast delivered to the suite, which works very well. Then, at 8:15pm, we headed off the ship. Alex, our local tour guide, recognized us from our photos, and we were off. Our day included visiting the cave monastery and churches, the secret submarine tunnel, the site of the Charge of the Light Brigade, various bastions of the Crimean War and World War II, and the Panorama art exhibit. Alex, our guide, was fabulous. He ...

    Black Sea Fleet Band

    A travel blog entry by peregrinations on May 06, 2012

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    ... should be entirely Ukrainian in its content, this evening was most assuredly Russian, and was billed as such. Personally, I don't have a problem with the mix, as the two cultures have been co-existing in the region for far too long to sever the connection as easily as some would like. Moreover, as long as the Russian fleet remains in the city, Sevastopol will continue to be both Russian and Ukrainian in nature.



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    To the Submarine base! NOT

    A travel blog entry by jathomaz on Jun 22, 2010

    9 photos

    ... or, whatever will fit in the locker. Then you set the code, insert the token in, and shut the door. The last and most important step: write down the locker number and the code.

    So, I did some looking around, expecting to take my train at 6PM. My train platform was posted, I took my stuff out of the locker, and then went up to my wagon. That's when I discovered I had the wrong day! Well, better one day early than one ...

    Sojourn in Sevastopol

    A travel blog entry by karana on Oct 06, 2009

    9 photos

    In Sevastopol (which they pronounced Sivastopple), we were taken by tender to the quay where we boarded buses for the various excursions. Ours was conducted by a very knowledgeable and attractive guide called Helena who had a throaty laugh and nice sense of humour. She conducts classes in tour guide instruction as well as doing her daytime work as a guide herself. Ukraine separated from Russia

    We drove past the harbour which the Russians are renting ...

    Crimea

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.mcneal on Nov 12, 2008

    1 comment, 10 photos

    Crimea - Sevastopol, Alushta, Yalta, Simferopol

    An overnight 16 hour train ride brought me to the southern coast of Ukraine in the Black Sea. For the last hour of the ride we passed massive security and lots of barbed wire. All this was for the protection of the Russian underground submarine base at Balaklava. If I were a military buff I would have stopped and done the tour, but James Bond ...