Dom na Pogrebakh

Address: 152151 Yaroslavl , Novgorod, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 152151 Yaroslavl , Novgorod.
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Travel Blogs from Novgorod

Vladimir & Suzdal - The Golden Ring

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Dec 19, 2014

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... with gilded frescos and iconostasis and dripping with gold. While wandering around the snow covered gardens surrounding the cathedral we looked down on the frozen Klyazma river below to see people fishing through the ice. I would have loved to go down and talk to them but it meant a hike through the snow and having to walk across a railway line, which seemed a bit ...

Birch Beatings at the Banya

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 26, 2014

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... evil" Russians in relation to Crimea. She believed that the Crimea is still "owned" by Russia as Khrushchev, who was married to a Ukrainian woman and had strong affiliations with the country, just gave it away in 1954. It was an interesting insight, the locals are obviously passionate about their country and sensitive to the perceptions of the West.

Steve joined the rest of the group for a Banya in the afternoon. A Banya ...

Another Sleepy Town

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Sep 18, 2013

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I'm not sure if I've set the pin in the right place on the map, sometimes places have two names, and the one we know is actually not listed. Anyhows, I'll figure out the map - we should be going in a circle - it is the Golden Ring after all.

With a late scheduled departure, I awoke early to walk around Suzdal before it woke up. The streets were quiet and it really felt like a provincial town. Time feels it stands still, as a slow pace of ...

Last day in Novgorod

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 10, 2013

... more importantly, the food was fantastic! I ordered a medavykha, which was pleasingly huge (and stronger than I had had before) and for my meal I had a cheesy, meat hotpot cooked in a ceramic pot topped in a bread dough crust smeared with garlic. I finally found decent grub in Novgorod and it was my last meal! At least I know where to go next time. After dinner I made my way back to the hotel, grabbed my pack and walked to the train station. I had booked ...

Misty Forests and Bumpy Roads

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 08, 2013

... bus drivers stop for 5 minutes several times during the journey so he can have a smoke. All the drivers have little icons in their cabins, but given what I've seen on the internet of Russian driving, I think I would want some divine protection.

The roads were a little more...provincial than what I thought thy would be, given that both Pskov and Novgorod are major population centres. But overall a nice drive through some ...