Russian Village

Address: Moskovskoe shosse 5a , Vladimir, Central Russia, 600036, Russian Federation | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Moskovskoe shosse 5a , Vladimir, is near Yasnaya Polyana Tolstoy Estate.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Google Maps And Seo

      A travel blog entry by soggysite5012 on Jan 04, 15

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      How rockers (and you) should promote online

      A travel blog entry by soggysite5012 on Dec 21, 14

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      "We're happy to support artists we follow and love, but the tweets can't just be constant sales pitches. And the best artists or teams figure out ways to sell or promote their music in creative ways that aren't quite so blatant. Instead of 'Buy Here,' I love it when artists have conversations with their fans and ask for support in exchange for creative packages. I contribute $5 a month to ...

      Vladimir & Suzdal - The Golden Ring

      A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Dec 19, 2014

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      ... with gilded frescos and iconostasis and dripping with gold. While wandering around the snow covered gardens surrounding the cathedral we looked down on the frozen Klyazma river below to see people fishing through the ice. I would have loved to go down and talk to them but it meant a hike through the snow and having to walk across a railway line, which seemed a bit ...

      Night Out

      A travel blog entry by ipickrel on Jun 20, 2014

      ... was agreable being only about 50 or so the exact temperature I have no idea, however I was able to see my breath to it was cool enough. Had the usual lesson with my teacher Tatiana, who is helping me so much with my conversational Russian that I am less uncomfortable speaking it even to strangers. The night before I went out with some of the English teachers from the American Home for pizza and wine and then Kareoke and dancing. The night proved fruitful with an amaizng time with ...

      Finally On-Line

      A travel blog entry by ipickrel on Jun 17, 2014

      1 comment

      ... proved to be a good thing otherwise I would have been scared for my life every second on the Russian highway. That is because people here have no concepts of rules of the road and with no actual lanes of traffic, it becomes a mad rush of cars trying to past and cut in front of each other. The experience was a seriouse brush with death himself. However I got to my host Galina's just fine and was ...