Sputnik Hotel

145 Moskovskiy Prospekt , Voronezh, Central Russia, 394000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 145 Moskovskiy Prospekt , Voronezh, is near Kola Peninsula and Ponoi River.
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Travel Blogs from Voronezh

That was always gonna happen....

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Aug 19, 2013

2 comments, 6 photos

... a trigger finger because just as I got to the barrier down it came.....I sort of ducked underneath it but it still whacked my head, hard enough to make the liner on the front of my helmet come off. It also took off my extended screen. I managed to stay on the bike, stopped and picked up the bits that had come off....this being Russia no one was in the least bit interested....

Ans that was my day....

Saratov to Voronezh

A travel blog entry by car2pekingparis on Jun 18, 2013

16 photos

... who made
light work of it and smoothly ironed out the creases to set the best time of the
day, on four-minutes 50 seconds…. everyone else was over five minutes. Second
best was Gerry Crown and Matt Bryson in the big thundering V8 Leyland, despite
running with the horn firmly stuck on in an effort to persuade a Vintageant to
move over – Gerry was not the only one to find overtaking tricky, as sight-lines
with ...

Time flies when you're drinking vodka

A travel blog entry by cft89 on May 17, 2010

... start on the Saturday signalled our trip to Elbruss, a bloody big mountain in Russia (google it) that, not always completely aware what was going on, we weren’t fully prepared for (except for our packed lunch, which included cheese, bread, and a whole chicken. Each. Out of everyone, I think it was Lizzie that saw the challenge in this one). After a very long journey we were back in the snow and faced with an, again, rickety piece of equipment for ascending the ...

Stereotypes: Oh how I love to judge and generalise

A travel blog entry by cft89 on May 07, 2010

... the street, they might assume you’re a bit dim! However, in their own homes, the Russians are generally quite cheerful, though at first, particularly here in Voronezh, a bit suspicious of new people. (In Voronezh, apparently, people are seen by Russians from other parts of the country as being a bit rude and stern – more Russian than Russian – but we were slightly prepared for this having heard about the directness of the Russians, that they ...

White Russia

A travel blog entry by cft89 on Mar 25, 2010

... 8220;practikarechki” (speaking, writing, blah blah blah) and grammar, practika being the preferred of the two as we spend most of the lesson giggling...or, confused – next to our American counterparts, we’re pretty rubbish. Otherwise we could choose from singing, literature, cinema, translation (English to Russian; boo!) or Voronezh culture. Singing was an obvious choice, partly due to the teacher and partly because it’s a bit of ...