Southern Hotel

ulitsa Mira, 12, Volgograd, South Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Volgograd

Another long day in the saddle.

A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Jun 23, 2014

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We left our rather dingy accommodation this morning at 9.30 am, I had awoken earlier at 4.30am to see a car parked next door on 4 logs,minus it's wheels,see picture,and had slept fitfully wondering if the bike had gone with the wheels. Jenny had tried to console me and tell me everything would be ok,but as soon as we were up,I had to go and check,Jenny was right,the bike was ok,Phew!! The roads mainly M6 were a lot better than yesterday's roads,and not much traffic,it ...

Mother Russia calls

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 13, 2014

1 comment, 46 photos

... at Cath in Russian, and Cath nodding her head and saying the occasional "da" in response, and then after the provinista left to say she had absolutely no idea what had been said. Theprovodnistas were also very good at sign language or literally showing us what to do.

One of their functions is to keep the samovar hot at the end of the carriage where the provodnista has an office/compartment. Free hot water from the samovar is one of the delights ...

A visit to historic Stalingrad (Volgograd)

A travel blog entry by wenzels on Oct 10, 2013

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... came when the soviets managed to close the ring around the city and destroy the German airstrip thus cutting German forces of from all supply lines. Of course it wasn’t just the Germans and Russians fighting each other, but both sides had many allies fighting alongside them.

Throughout the city there are tank turrets to mark the soviet lines of defence and by the Volga they left one bombed out shell of a building ...


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Sep 23, 2013

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After an interesting night on the train we are arriving in the city of Volgograd. This city was originally called tsaritzyn and then the name was changed to Stalingrad. In an effort to de-Stalinize many Russian cities and monuments, the name was changed to Volgograd by Krushshev.

We met our guide at the train station. Almost all of Stalingrad was destroyed in the Battle of Stalingrad in 1941-42. The train station ...

Rally Day 4: Volgograd

A travel blog entry by matthewswilcox on Jul 19, 2013

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... it was good to get a real meal. Tomorrow were headed for Samara, my sister-in-law Sarah's mission city and namesake of my niece, or maybe somewhere a little closer if the road is too long. Tonight's hotel has a carnival next door with lions near our cars so hopefully we can keep up the trend of exotic animals near our hotels tomorrow. We're going to call the Russian and Kazakh embassies tomorrow to see if there's any chance we can go through Kazakhstan but it doesn't look ...


This hotel, located on ulitsa Mira, 12, Volgograd, is near Mamayev Hill Monuments, Volgograd State Panoramic Museum, City Gardens, and Mount Elbrus.
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