Klyazma Hotel

Sudogodskoye shosse, 15, Vladimir, Central Russia, 600023, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sudogodskoye shosse, 15, Vladimir.
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Travel Blogs from Vladimir

Briefe But Full

A travel blog entry by ipickrel on Jul 01, 2014

... Russian Scrabble for a bloody amount of money, a Russian cartoon show DVD, and a few books in Russian, consisting of the works of Pushkin and my favourite author Franz Kafka. Also have been talking to the English teachers here and I have developed the idea of doing international English teaching. One of the teachers even gave me tips on how to get certified. I hate to be briefe but since im barrowing computer time I must go. Hope all is well.


Finally On-Line

A travel blog entry by ipickrel on Jun 17, 2014

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... Russian she spoke perfect English and told her a little about Arizona and she told me about her trip to as it said her St. Pete ( Saint Petersburg) since I mentioned I plan on going. So far the trip is going very well and I am enjoying the change of pace. Hopefully from here on out I will post on a daily basis so you all will get a day by day log of this amazing journey.

From Russia with Love,
Ian ...


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 03, 2013

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... superb frescoes by Rublev from the same period that are still visible on the walls. The iconostasis is baroque in style and is at least 3 stories high and covered in gold.

A short distance away is the Cathedral of St. Dmitriy which is now a museum. While the cathedral of the Assumption's beauty in internal, St. Dmitriy's beauty is external. This was built in 1197 of white ...

Putin's Moscow

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 15, 2013

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... d spent some time in Riga, Latvia. Riga is a unique city because although it's the capital of Latvia, sixty-per-cent of its population are Russian. I came away from Latvia weary of Russians, who seemed a dangerous group of fat, balding men with parkas who chase after you when it's raining and punch you in the back with their one free hand (the other hand was always clutching a bottle of vodka). That was my experience anyway.

But in general they seemed friendly, ...

At the End of Our Train Line

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 02, 2013

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... wish we had whatever he was on to knock us out on long journeys. We on the other hand amused ourselves with watching TV shows, while sipping beer and munching on yummy mushroom flavoured potato chips. On this train we were the only foreign tourists apart from Stephan, a guy from America that we had met on our last train journey. He got off at Krasnoyarsk, and then it was just us. It was a pretty uneventful train ride, unfortunately.

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