Ekaterinburg -Tsentralny Hotel

Address: 74 Malysheva ulitsa, Yekaterinburg, Urals, 620075, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 74 Malysheva ulitsa, Yekaterinburg, is near Eburg circus, Yekaterinburg War Memorial, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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      Travel Blogs from Yekaterinburg

      Yekaterinburg to Irkutsk: day 3

      A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 22, 2014

      ... today." No doubt, but I'm sure Russian railways have to put up with far worse and manage to keep the trains running. We were happy to be traveling by train as there was a report in the previous day's bulletin that a small plane carrying the Total Oil company's CEO had crashed on take-off at Moscow airport and all four on board had been killed - it had hit a snow plough on the runway driven by a driver who was drunk. Alcohol, it seems, is still a ...

      Yekaterinburg

      A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Sep 17, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... and a memorial.
      However, the priest's don't speak any Russian so I made do with just looking around.

      The return bus was in 90 minutes and I had walked round the whole complex in 30 minutes and it was freezing cold.
      Time to add even more layers......good job I had a contingency plan.
      Just at that moment, the skies cleared and the sun came out.
      Whoever was the Russian Orthodox God was looking down on me.
      I felt like I should go into the church and ...

      A day in Yekaterinburg following the red line

      A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 19, 2014

      67 photos

      ... major points of interest. The map had numbers on the red line and then a list explaining what could be seen at each number. Now here is the real clever bit. They had also painted that red line on the actual pavements and across the roads so that even the likes of us couldn’t get lost. We didn’t either!

      We faithfully followed that red painted line (albeit in the opposite direction) but one of the first things to experience was ...

      Not quite according to plan...

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 18, 2013

      ... t give a rats are about to be honest. The Romanov exhibition was quite good. It included numerous personal items of the family, including the Tsarina's dresses and Alexei's toys. Also included was the holster of the pistol of the guy who led the execution in the basement of the house in Yekaterinburg. A 3D reconstruction of that house was there that you could virtually walk through.

      In 1918, Nicholas II and his family were moved to Yekaterinburg from Tobolsk by the Bolsheviks ...

      Back to the train

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 22, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... of curiosities. We stopped at the globe, but its age, patchy covering and angle defeated our efforts to find much more than Beijing. Their programme, at least for August, provided a different show every night, that night Tutankhamen, £8. I'd be all over it on my own town. We were running out of time, but hit the supermarket. It was huge, but I'm not sure I would have found it on my own. It was in a centre, open a door, follow a narrow corridor ...