How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Parus Khabarovsk
Travel Blogs from Khabarovsk
... croissant instead, while Nate managed most of his pancakes with the help of some apricot jam. Off the train at 8, it was time to figure out public transportation here! We thought we'd take a bus since it would've been direct, but we weren't sure how much it cost or how you paid. We stood at the crowded bus stop and after seeing people fill up a bus ultimately decided this is not something we should do with bags. So we went into the metro and there's English down there!! ...
... I thought to be lucky to find a hidden one, the always observing officer stopped me quickly again from that power robbery! After buying a few sweets in the kiosk, at least I managed to bribe the kiosk lady with a few rubbles, she understood my pointing language without a problem.
Eventually time is over, the train is here to enter. My dismantled bike, packed in a bag, must be brought to the right wagon number as stated in the ticket. Nobody helps, the station ...
... his walk up apartment (the same
one he has lived in for 52 years) to hear his story. Alexandr grew up in
Odessa, a city that he says was over 50% Jewish, to religious parents. He
remembers his father secretly having minyanim in his apartment after Stalin
shut down the synagogues and gave them to the communist party in the 1920's.
As an 18-year-old, Alexandr joined the Soviet Army and learned to clear
minefields. After six months fighting the Nazis he ...
... a rather unflattering tag line for what is actually an attractive city and one far more appealing than Vladivostok. Khabarovsk lies on the banks of the Amur River which in this part of the world, marks the border between Russia and China. All’s peaceful now, but this was the site of a border war between the two countries in the late ’60’s, mostly fought over an island which we can see in the middle of the solidly frozen ...
... from the next door compartment was having more fun with the iPad, so Radmilla decided that jumping on me would be excellent, and took a while to spot that I wasn't playing along any more. I still polished off a book and a half and window spotted. Plenty more birch forests, a few settlements with wooden houses and then, at last, around 5 in the afternoon, Khabarovsk. It was raining there, heavily once I made it into the station and must ...