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

The Volga Dream Boat tour

A travel blog entry by vivmorley on Sep 10, 2015

4 comments, 11 photos

... from Aspen, you can watch the video of them being split and shaped with an axe, and note how many fingers the poor fellow is missing! Seriously! The logs are Birch. In fact a lot of Russia is sprinkled with beautiful silver birch trees. The small church next to this was called the Church of the Intercession built 1694, and it was in here we listened to 3 priests harmonising in lovely deep Russian voices. Watch the ...

Farewell to moscow

A travel blog entry by durieux on Aug 15, 2015

3 photos

... After two supermarkets that don't meet her standards, she takes us to a market that looks like a bazaar with only fruits and vegetables. It sure looks tasty snd exotic. Here we stock up on nuts, grapes and other goodies. Nothing remains but to do what Olesya likes best: to go for a good cup of 'Americano' - the local name for a strong expresso coffee. Being a whimp, I join in with a cappuccino, and so we have our farewell coffee with our beautiful ...

Birch Beatings at the Banya

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 26, 2014

10 photos

... 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

18 photos

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 ...