Ekaterinburg -Tsentralny Hotel

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

    The full Russian experience

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Jun 03, 2015

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... gained two hours during our journey, but fortunately her habit is to eat a large meal mid afternoon so we hadn't missed out on lunch. She and her family have a farm on the outskirts of a village. It is absolutely idyllic. Surrounded by pine forest, with a river running nearby, they have pigs, sheep, hens and grow fruit and veg. We have had a wonderful few days here out of the city, and feel so lucky that Servas has allowed us to experience a very different aspect ...

    Trans Siberian train travel - part one

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Aug 25, 2014

    11 photos

    ... Berlin and thus spoke a little Russian and very little English. The conversation fascinated me not only for its very revealing content but again for the way Helen was able to fearlessly coax information about what I would consider too delicate a subject to ask relative strangers about. 4) Views from the window Helen has said that so far the view of Russia from the train was her biggest disappointment and while I could understand why she thought this as there are surely ...

    Day 30 Yekaterinburg

    A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... least 1,000,000 and it has a very interesting history. It is right on the line that divides Europe and Asia, so we are now travelling through Asia. It was founded 300 years ago, so it is relatively modern by Russian standards. Its most important claim to fame
    is that it is the sight of the assassination of Nicholas 2, the last Tsar, and his family. The building where this happened was demolished in the 70’s butafter the fall of the communists in the 90’s it ...

    They May Not Smile A Lot But They Are Friendly

    A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on May 07, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... will be divided without a war. Putin is a manager, not a warrior. Historically Ukraine is part of Russia. Cruschev's decision to make the Kiev Polit Bureau landlords of the country was made in the context of CCCP. A great many Russians have lived there for generations. We would do well to remember the Alma, Sebastopol and the Crimean war. There will be a short civil war and the Ukrainians will fight each other but in the end everyone will be happy to see two Ukraines. ...

    Day 12 - Trans Mongolian Day 1

    A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 11, 2013

    ... no traders to be seen, much to my disappointment. Oh well, we were stopping again in 250km! Seemingly, the Russians love to eat, Leo pulls out some food for lunch. Bread, cucumber (which he salts this time), raw garlic (which he slices) and huge chunks of cured sausage. Again, he motions for us to help ourselves. I see that he is running low on bread after our vodka session last night, so I seize the opportunity to give something back (Russians seem reluctant ...