Sadko Hotel

Address: Fyodorovskiy Ruchei St.,16, Novgorod, North-West Russia, 173000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Fyodorovskiy Ruchei St.,16, Novgorod, is near 1000 Years of Russia, St. Sophia Cathedral, Museum of History and Art, and Granovitaya Palata.
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      Banyas and Novgorod

      A travel blog entry by mazoots on May 02, 2015

      3 comments, 10 photos

      The sleeper train from Moscow was very comfortable, second class was a 4 berth cabin which we shared with a middle age Russian couple who were very quite, so we got some sleep. We arrived in Novgorod, Russia's oldest city, an old viking trading area. the city is built on marsh lands, this meant that the ancient roads were built on top of each other …

      Kremlins and Banyas

      A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 19, 2014

      7 comments, 5 photos

      ... facets to Novgorod the Great which are now a jumbled in my mind so I won't try to recount them now. Near the cathedral is a separate belfry. Rachmaninov loved these bells and used their sound in many of his works. I will have to listen more closely to his Vespers to see I can hear them. On the other side of the Volkhov River the remains of the old town are found. This is where the merchants, traders and workers lived. As the Archbishop (who was the first bishop in ...

      Travel back in time

      A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 18, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... so I will know more then. There are various statues and fountains depicting famous people like Rachmaninov who came from here, Norse mythological figures acknowledging the city was originally founded by Vikings, and various monuments to the city's near total destruction by the nazis with the siege of Leningrad. It took a bit of time to find the right home. It was in a typical soviet apartment block surrounded by grass ...

      Last day in Novgorod

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 10, 2013

      Again enjoyed a big buffet breakfast. After breakfast I went back up to my room to pack. I had to check out by 12 but as my train is only at night, the hotel said I could leave my pack there during the day. This morning I wanted to get out of the town and visit the wooden architecture museum and Yuriev Monastery. Both are about 15 minutes south of the town by bus. The bus was quite crowded and smelt of a mixture of sweat and booze. Older Russians don't ...

      A Jaunt Down the Volkhov

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 09, 2013

      ... were vital waterways in the past, essential links in the 'road from the Vikings to the Greeks', the network of rivers that the Vikings took to Constantinople. Following in their footsteps was kinda cool.

      After the boat brought us back to the dock, I went and grabbed a coffee and a cake at Cafe Le Chocolat near the hotel. Coffee was good but the cake was far too big. I think my eyes were bigger than my stomach. Afterwards I went for a walk to ...