Hotel Moscow

Address: 2 Kievskaya, Simferopol, Crimean Peninsula, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 2 Kievskaya, Simferopol.
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      Overnight train to Crimea.

      A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 03, 2012

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      Déja 4300 km de parcouru par voie terrestre, je compte empreinter le train de nuit, cela fait parti des expériences à ne pas rater en Ukraine et surtout faire aussi connaissance avec la population sans passer par le couchsurfing. je n 'ai passé que 2 jours à l'hôtel et encore il y avait une ambiance bon enfant et j avais l'impression d'etre chez un privé à Odessa.

      le train part à 23 h59 mais ...

      Palaces and Caves and Lost Luggage

      A travel blog entry by trent on Aug 10, 2012

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      ... an over 500 year old palace, museum, mosque, and burial ground. Apparently it's so nice that if you have a wedding in the area, you simply must go to the Palace for a photo shoot!

      Then after lunch, we drove to the old cave cities. First we visited Uspensky Cave Monastery, an 8th century Orthodox Monastery still used today. It was built into the cliffside and has amazing cave paintings and carvings. We continued on and hiked up to ...

      Last Day in the Crimea Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by raichies on Aug 18, 2011

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      Our speeding around the Crimea Peninsula is coming to a close today as we make a few final visits to some interesting sites and then hop a 19 hour train (yes you read correctly) for Kiev.

      So with only hours left with Irena, she knew she had to fill our heads with as much information as possible. As we were heading to Bakhchysaray (trying saying that fast even one time) we learned about the Crimean Tatars who located in this town. The ...

      Rest in Crimea. Services of interpreter and driver

      A travel blog entry by sergey10 on Aug 19, 2010

      ... of Crimea) them. Can somebody give me an advice, who can I contact?

                                            Faithfully Sergey

      Offer services of the interpreter and the driver in Crimea!

      I’ll find dwelling for you, room in any hotel, apartment for any period of time in any city of Crimea, for rest or work. Take you by car from ...

      Finally! In the Crimea

      A travel blog entry by jathomaz on Jun 20, 2010

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      Then I took a bus back to the train station so I could find a city map. I found one, and headed out on foot for the "river walk" and the city center. So, I did the river walk for about a mile, then headed for the city center. It reminded me of Odessa, but not quite as good.

      I found a bus back to the hostel. I was really pooped after getting up at 5AM. So I took a snooze. Tomorrow I go to Yalta. I have the bus all scoped out.


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