Park Inn Poliarnie Zori, Murmansk

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

Amsterdam to Tromso via Kirkenes

A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Jul 27, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... in Cyrillic as well. Another memorial in town is for the Mothers of War. Those who stayed behind to bring up kids. As I sit here at 10 am I see our ship has come in and we' catch the shuttle for a 3minute ride ($10 each) to the "terminal" Our ship is MS Nordnorge. 123 m long by 20 m wide. Draft of 5.5 m and has only 450 on board this trip.. On board and settled into our cabin which impresses the "accommodation authority" no end.... Phew. We are off at ...

Top of Europe

A travel blog entry by jwbea on Jul 26, 2014

8 photos

... ashore to visit a Sami (Laplander) family. These are the people who live in the northern regions of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. Norway has the largest number of Sami (40,000) and Russia the smallest (3000). There is a Sami language and and they elect members to Parliament. We met the husband and wife, dressed in native costume, in their summer house, a tepee-like structure. They ...

Kirkenes to Murmansk

A travel blog entry by kerryfurler on Jun 08, 2014

6 photos

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 ...

Somethings a little fishy....

A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 28, 2014

31 photos

... the opportunity for a free tablespoon of cod liver oil and commemorative spoon to keep, ask Barb to see hers.

One anomaly of the cruise is the fact that Hurtigurten has numerous ships plying the same routes at the same times. Passing a sister ship is always a cause for celebration involving waving balloons, banners and cheering on the part of both ship's passengers and crews. One auspicious encounter was with the Kong Harold, ...

Marsh, march, sneeze, slap - the tundra?

A travel blog entry by gabador on Aug 13, 2009

76 photos

... 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, ...