Hotel Dolphin

Address: 20 Eroshenko St, Sevastopol, Crimean Peninsula, 99045, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 Eroshenko St, Sevastopol, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Sevastopol

        Day 1: Bakhchisaray, Chufut Kale, group of three

        A travel blog entry by qbcle on Oct 05, 2015

        43 photos

        We woke up in "Meraba" hotel in Bakhchisaray. There were 3 of us: my friend Ann, my husband Anton and I. We hadn't seen the old Khan palace yet and were planning to do it that day. This was the first day of our hiking trip in Crimea, Russian Federation. At 10 a.m. we met with our guide Alexander and entered Khan palace.

        The palace is beautiful, but I wanted to hike more. We took a bus and drove about 3 km ...

        The Many Battles of Crimea

        A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 08, 2013

        ... old. The priests chanted, as the women crossed themselves and bowed. All the priests had beards, and the head priest, who was draped in a green and gold surplice, was very young, with a red beard. He looked more rock and roll than priest. It was beautiful. Alex told us, after we left, that it was a funeral, but no one seemed like mourners, so we wonder if it was a memorial ritual as part of a mass.

        After visiting the church, we walked up the hill behind the cave ...

        A pleasant evening stroll

        A travel blog entry by ahartry on Oct 07, 2013

        ... ugly 1960s or 1970s building stands on the site of an old church.

        After we were cleared, Paul and I walked through town for about an hour, until it was dark. Really enjoyable walk: we started by strolling along the waterfront. A few other people were out – mostly young people walking in groups. We then left the waterfront and headed up the hill, through a park. The lower part of the park was quite ...


        A travel blog entry by bollidarling on Aug 14, 2013

        39 photos

        ... famous five investigate..... maybe not! Apparently it was so secret that although most of the townsfolk of Balaklava worked here at some stage no-one knew what the others did 'the left hand didn't know what the right hand did'. If someone worked on the submarine side they had no idea the nuclear warheads were just around the corner and vv. In fact most of the local thought it was a Telephone Exchange!! It was said to be ...


        A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 11, 2012

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        ... FACTORY 825 transformed into a Museum, and original tourist attraction.Can
        now move the huge doors designed to withstand an atomic explosion and
        walking around the site, which includes repairs, the refectories docks
        and an arsenal now empty. A small boat trailer is available for extra fee until the 2nd exit to the Black Sea without passing through the Bay.Gigantic! and impressive...

        finished my day at the Genoa fortress of Tchembalo, all that ...