Myshkin Inn

20, Energetikov Street, Yaroslavl, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yaroslavl

One Last Day on the Golden Ring

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


... which was quite neat, but we ended up missing the markets in the town as we thought they were open til 8, when in fact, it was 6pm. After leaving the museum, we took another stroll, spotting a gazebo loaded with love locks that were actually in the shape of heart locks, quite beautiful as many of the locks we'd encountered before in our travels were regular locks.

We ended up having dinner at a pizzeria, like ...

On the boat,, River Victoria

A travel blog entry by kkelly432


... Occitani toiletries - very swish! Further impressions from our walk and the drive to the boat: I guess they can't build too high, being on very low lying land, and of course High rises weren't the thing when most of their impressive buildings were erected in the past. So they apparently made up for that in length. Building after building is 2 to 3 blocks long. I'm sure that working in some of them would result in automatic ...

You don't have to go far away to enjoy travelling

A travel blog entry by travelhamster


... 1083;а их черны 93; кошек и сосед 89;кого щенка. Проде 83;ав все это, я решил 72;, что полно 89;тью ...

April 2013

A travel blog entry by passera


... It looks like it's distributing holy water but it's selling souvenir coins. Very amusing. Lewys and I go to the pub to watch a football game while Anna sorts out logistics. We've sorted out the weight of our backpacks by buying a suitcase and it's much better for everyone. Hopefully we can get rid of the suitcase when we see Nathalie in China. The winter clothes are quite heavy. We travel back to Warsaw for one night. The apartment complex has a swimming pool and the kids ...

Yaroslavl a week before Mardi Gras

A travel blog entry by visityaroslavl



Russians revere both blini and Maslenitsa as being "truly Russian" although, ironically, neither is without multiple counterparts among world cultures.Russian blini are descended from one of mankind’s oldest and most common prepared foods: fried flat bread. Russians, in fact, always translate “blini” as “pancakes” when ...


This hotel, located on 20, Energetikov Street, Yaroslavl, is near Smolny Cathedral, Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery, Bank Bridge, and Egyptian Sphinxes.
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