Sakhalin Sapporo Hotel

Address: Lenina St., 181, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, Far East Russia, 693000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Yuzhno Sakhalinsk

      Sakhalin Island, Tulenyi

      A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 11, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... will reduce in strength as it crosses Japan and heads towards us and hopefully not affect our itinerary. But who knows. It may be another lecture filled afternoon. This morning Andreas is giving a lecture on "Plate surfing rocks - an introduction to Plate Tectonics". Tonight before the Chef's special dinner Dirk is hosting a small drinks soirée in his suite for the naturalists, some crew and the Captain to thank them ...

      Treasures, History and Splendour.

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 13, 2013

      9 photos

      ... raged through the workshop and which was never rung! It is massive with the broken piece weighing 20 tons just itself. We were then led through the beautiful garden which borders the Kremlin Walls and could look down and see the Helipad which is used for Putin to get to and from the Kremlin. Our next visit was to the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael. This is the burial place of the early Tsars before the capital was moved to St Petersburg, with tombs lining the walls. ...

      The 2 moscowteers

      A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Jul 03, 2013

      2 comments, 27 photos

      ... map. We decided on our route. Now off to the ticket office! Not knowing what to ask for Lee-Anne pointed to where we wanted to go. The lady barked some russian at us and typed 120 in a calculator and presented this to us. We handed over some money and the lady barked more russian and threw us our change. After a few wrong stops we finally found the station we were looking (kitay Gorod). Then after some searching we found the ...


      A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 21, 2013


      ... Very, very strange. But it was fun ordering. Our three acquaintances had good command of Russian, but even they were going largely by the pictures on the menu, which was printed in Korean and Russian. Lets see if I can remember enough to relate: We had a tasty spring roll, some pork with peanuts, a beef and veggie thing in the kind of barbecuey sauce one associates with Korean food. We also had a cold shrimp and greens dish and a cold noodle dish ...

      The Metro, Cathedrals, The Kremlin, and Padlocks.

      A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 16, 2012

      14 photos

      ... two year sentences.

      After exploring the area around the church we were able to go inside. Unfortunately though as was the case with many churches in Europe, you are not allowed to take photos in the building. The inside of the Cathedral was just as stunning as the outside, incredible statues and paintings stretching up to the ceiling.

      Leaving the church we headed across a footbridge across the Moscow River. Looking in one direction from the bridge ...