Myshkin Inn

20, Energetikov Street, Yaroslavl, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Location

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

    Day 21 Yaroslavl

    A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the other side of the argument. Basically they gave us a bit of historical background, including the fact that Ukraine has it's own language, but the people of Crimea and Eastern Ukraine are all Russian speaking. Apparently Crimea was given to Ukraine as a gift by Boris Yeltsin to the then leader of the Ukraine as a sweetener for keeping up relations with Russia after the fall of the communists and break-up of the Soviet Union. ...

    With the tourist hordes

    A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jun 25, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    I took a train all day from Moscow to St Petersburg. Somehow I ended up in first class, maybe because I neglected to buy my ticket in advance. So what do you do in a foreign city where you can't read and customer service is still in its infancy? You go to the concierge at the Ritz and have him do it for you. Anyway, I arrived at midnight a little apprehensive about taking the metro alone and finding my hostel. But when ...

    Day 2 St Petersburg Russia

    A travel blog entry by rviaucar on May 30, 2014

    24 photos

    A very sleepy, bunch of tired folks arrived at the bus for our 2 hour drive to The Peterhauf Palace. We mostly slept along the way because we only had 4 hours sleep from the night before. We were one of the first buses to arrive. As we entered the palace we were greeted by amazing grounds. The palace itself was never lived in but only used to host receptions. The rooms were grand and gilded. The steps and chandeliers were emerald. The world famous ...

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

    A travel blog entry by travelhamster on Aug 11, 2013

    6 photos

    ... 82;а в эту больн 80;цу. Но в этот раз я вперв 99;е решил 72; не терят 00; свобо 76;ного време 85;и ...

    From Russia With Love

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Sep 08, 2012

    100 photos

    ... there again battling with the Cyrillic road signs and found ourselves looking at the dankest looking building with a strange turnstile entrance and a constant stream of people going in, we just followed the crowds. We then went through a courtyard of falling down buildings and entered a corridor of a building which looked on the brink of collapse but we carried on and followed the posters and 5 floors up finally found the exhibition. Seemingly it is a very ...