Traktir Kuchkova

Address: 35a Pokrovskaya ulitsa, Suzdal, Central Russia, 601293, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 35a Pokrovskaya ulitsa, Suzdal.
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Travel Blogs from Suzdal

Moscow to Vladimir and Sergiev Posad

A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 02, 2015

16 photos

... quiet one and when asked to speak up she pouts, taps the microphone and continues. I ask again, and then again and she grumps away and continues....quietly. It doesn't set a good start but we are happy to be travelling and fascinated as Victor eases the van out into the very heavy traffic by simply putting the nose out into the fast moving melee and expecting that he will be let in. He is. We watch the city around us, heading east and are horrified by the electricity ...

Suzdal

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Aug 08, 2014

24 photos

... caught the bus, took the taxi and arrived at our air-conditioned oasis only slightly frazzled. Not a big part of Suzdal's history, but it felt historic to us!
This medieval city (990 AD) is famous for its old domes and domiciles. There are 27 Russian Orthodox bell-towers and even more churches that didn't make the bell-tower list. Tourists also come here to ...

Babushka Bakes some Buns

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 24, 2014

6 comments, 15 photos

... temperature had dropped down to about 6 degrees with a biting cold wind so we were both rugged up for the elements.

We met the rest of the group at 6 pm and we were taken by Olga to a local's house for a bang up dinner. Helen, our Babushka, or grandmother host, was very bubbly and personable but had no English so Olga had to translate. We drank some vodka, toasted friends and family, ...

Rain, rain go away...please?

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 15, 2013

... able to communicate. Despite some technical issues, I was able to print my tickets. The girl was very nice and very helpful and in the end didn't charge me for the printing.

With that job done, I then made my way to the Assumption Cathedral. Unfortunately it was closed by this time but it was very impressive. In the park next to it is a statue of Vladimir Monomakh, the founder of the city. Using the trees as shelter from ...

All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 14, 2013

... century buildings that now house a museum and a restaurant. I went and had a look around the museum. The first room had a big model of how the town looked in the medieval period, complete with wooden walls. The next few rooms contained archaeological finds from the town, including trade goods from as far away as Iran. They have also found quite a few Mongol arrowheads, which isn't surprising at all. After the Mongols sacked the town, Suzdal never again rose to prominence ...