Natalya Hotel

Address: 38, Antona, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, Far East Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 38, Antona, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, is near Eburg circus, Yekaterinburg War Memorial, and Rastorguyev-Kharitonov's House.
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      Korsakov, Sakahalin Island

      A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... then head to Japan via the La Pérouse Strait. Tonight I have been invited to the special captains dinner and party he throws for the crew in the restaurant on deck 6 which they close off to passengers for the night. José arranged it with the captain for us to be invited and you cannot say no to an invitation by the captain especially when they have been so welcoming and providing a great experience and not that would say no anyway. ...

      They May Not Smile A Lot But They Are Friendly

      A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on May 07, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... will be divided without a war. Putin is a manager, not a warrior. Historically Ukraine is part of Russia. Cruschev's decision to make the Kiev Polit Bureau landlords of the country was made in the context of CCCP. A great many Russians have lived there for generations. We would do well to remember the Alma, Sebastopol and the Crimean war. There will be a short civil war and the Ukrainians will fight each other but in the end everyone will be happy to see two Ukraines. ...

      MonuMENTAL Russia

      A travel blog entry by emandjack on May 18, 2012

      6 photos

      ... of the younger generation she seemed to be far less trusting of the current government and slightly despairing about how the country will progress. She seemed to feel that the country is stagnating and that it will be a long time before Russia is a true democracy as any alternatives to Putin seem to be undesirable. A number of her friends are planning on leaving (possibly propagating a brain drain) but she is planning on sticking it ...


      A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Apr 15, 2011

      27 photos

      ... etc as well as an indoor one of a spy, Harry Powers, who was shot down near Ekaterinburg in 1961. In the Red Army Square there was a fabulous memorial, called the Black Tulip, to those who lost their lives in the Afghanistan conflict between 1979 – 1989. Black Tulip was the name of the plane that brought the bodies home. The statue comprises of a seated grieving soldier with his head hung surrounded by curved columns representing the tulip leaves. Each column ...


      A travel blog entry by mattandlou2011 on Jan 12, 2011

      ... Ural Bank" it was a miracle that we found it at all.

      Incidental to call it a hostel was a little bit of a joke - It was basically a flat on the ninth floor of a council estate (117 stairs up - no fun with our backpacks!!!) run by a gay couple who made very little effort to hide the fact that we were invading their space.

      We spent very little time in the flat and wandered around Yekaterinburg - ...