Santa Resort Hotel

Address: Venskaya St., 3, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, Far East Russia, 693010, Russian Federation | Hotel
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      Korsakov, Sakahalin Island

      A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 12, 2014

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      The soirée last night in Dirks suite was entertaining with about 20 ppl dropping in including the commandant. We drank champagne and enjoyed canopies. 3 bottles turned to 6 which quickly made us half an hour late for the chef's dinner oops, so much that the matre'd called us twice. José was playing DJ and everyone was relaxed after a long season, they have been at sea for 3 months. With no passengers around the crew and team could ...

      Treasures, History and Splendour.

      A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 13, 2013

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      ... and into Cathedral Square. This dates from the 14th Century when the Tsars lived here within the safety of the fortress and built wonderful Cathedrals for their use. There are at least 6 churches within this area.We saw the huge cannon, the biggest ever built whose size was enough to scare opposing armies though it has never been fired. We were then taken into the Cathedral of the Assumption. This is one of the largest here and though the outside is rather austere the ...

      The 2 moscowteers

      A travel blog entry by doglegtravels on Jul 03, 2013

      2 comments, 27 photos

      We stepped off the plane and looked for the English signs. Of course there weren't any, apart from WC. Everything else was in hieroglyphics! We eventually found a bus and in her best russian Lee-Anne enquired "Moscow?". The man nodded and we handed over 100 rubles each. We reached our destination (central Moscow we thought) after a short while and checked our map. The first problem was our map was in the English translation (everything ...


      A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 21, 2013


      ... including China, South Korea, and Finland. The other is from England and I think has a similarly varied background. They said they were going to a North Korean restaurant for lunch, and did we want to join them. We said, "Sure!" (I was thinking, I didn't know they had food in North Korea. But this is certainly something we can't do back home!) Then we were joined by a middle-aged fellow from Texas who has also lived all over and is ...

      The Metro, Cathedrals, The Kremlin, and Padlocks.

      A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 16, 2012

      14 photos

      ... we came to our first place of interest the "Cathedral of Christ the Saviour". The Cathedral was an impressive structure and featured magnificent gold domes, a feature which I came to find was a common feature on many churches here. The original Cathedral that stood here was demolished in the 1920’s under order from Stalin, with a monument to socialism called the “Palace of the Soviets” slated to be built in its place. The Palace never was built and ...