Park Inn Poliarnie Zori, Murmansk

Address: Knipovicha 17, Murmansk, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Murmansk

Hurtigruten Cruise

A travel blog entry by kathypender on Jun 16, 2015

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... cabin took a quell and I had a nap. I wasn't feeling 100% so sleeping felt like the right thing to do! It was still pretty rough when I woke up, but I was feeling a bit better. In the afternoon we went past the eastern most port of Norway. We went and watched the presentation on the optional tours available at 5:30. Then booked onto a tour that Dylan was keen to do. We decided to make use of the laundry, so went to have a look, then bought some laundry ...

Drunken sailors

A travel blog entry by jpedmanson on Jun 15, 2015

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... sun over the water. Kirkenes proved to be rather a desolate place and in hindsight, with the efficiency of the Norwegians (soooo far removed from the Italians) we probably could have made the connection to Spain today. However one day here has given us time to get a bit of an understanding of the history of the place and particularly its role in the Second World War. Kirkenes is where Norway comes to an end. If you travel ...

No Excursions

A travel blog entry by jackie.moys on Mar 18, 2015

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I did not sign up for any of the organised excursions from the ship because they were either too active, too expensive or just not my cup of tea. Instead of busing to the Russian border or standing in driving sleet at the northerly most point of Europe I set up my corner of the Panorama Bar for a leisurely painting session. Thanks to my purchase of a ship's mug which comes with unlimited fillings of tea ...

Kirkenes to Murmansk

A travel blog entry by kerryfurler on Jun 08, 2014

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We docked at 9 and waited in Kirkenes for our bus at 2pm. The 5 hour bus trip across to Murmansk was interesting as was Murmansk! All the apartments are drab, dark as is the city but once inside our apartment we were pleasantly surprised. We also found a great local restaurant which was cheap and had good ...

Marsh, march, sneeze, slap - the tundra?

A travel blog entry by gabador on Aug 13, 2009

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... day was overcast, and soon rain started and kept on for most of the day. At one point, a truck drove past, its engines working heavily to get it up the hill, spilling liquid all down the road towards us as it disappeared into the distance. The smell soon hit us, as we saw it run down in streamlets on the road, and into the gutter under our feet. They were dumping sewage on the roads. Nice.
We cut off into the bushes at point, made sure nobody was watching us, ...