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... filming some russian movie "Vurdalak". I was curious.The place is worth seeing.
2,5 hours later we met again with our guide Alexander and moved to the place of our camp. We climbed the hills and hillocks and sometimes mountains. It was really tough. By the end of day 1 I thought I'm gonna die, I was terribly tired when we made a stop to settle the camp. We made a fire, cooked the meal and pitched the ...
... promenade. Our first impression was of faded Russian baroque style buildings, old but attractive. There were plenty of people walking in the warmth and when we reached the beach, which comprised grey pebbles, it was crowded. We then headed up from the sea along a pedestrianised tree lined walk which was lovely. The only languages we heard, apart from English from other cruise passengers, were Ukranian and presumably Russian. We then headed back towards the ship as we did ...
Status: Up and about but we feel different. This is the last day and to be frank we have done more than enough arriving at stations at 0600hrs, checking tickets, humping bags and working out how to fold down cots and origami sheets in hotel bedrooms.........for the time being!!!!.
Our last morning of official sightseeing culminated in walking up to The Swallows Nest, a small "Folly" perched high on an outcrop of rock with a fantastic viewing of ...
... as a mark of his thanksgiving, having surived a train crash. <b>Why the West had good reason to be frightened: </b>Arriving in Balaclava late morning, we learn that the town (once famous for the Crimean War and "HELMET") was taken off the map during the Cold War. We arrived at what first appeared to be the side of a quarry, adjacent to a small rocky harbour full of Oligarch's speed boats. Immediatly in front of us,was a ...
... Nevskiy. With it’s onion shaped gold domes that have become synonymous with the great churches of the Russian Orthodox faith.
There are no railways or airports in Yalta due to it’s proximity to the nearby mountains and the sea. The nearest airport and railway is in Sevastopol about 1 ½ hour’s drive from Yalta.
The ship departed from Yalta at just after 17:30 and headed along the North rim of The Black Sea for the 212 nautical miles to our next port of call,` ...