Ukraina Hotel

Address: R Luxemburg Street 7, Simferopol, Crimean Peninsula, 9500, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on R Luxemburg Street 7, Simferopol.
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      The secret caves town

      A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 09, 2012

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      ... which I borrowed from foot, to return to Aromat and my host home.Thanks to my topographic map, I can more or less find the direction, I crossed a half dry Lake, or pedal boats are made available.Then, I cross the dam and downstream village, dogs bark fiercely at my coming. Normal,
      I am a vagabond, a stranger. .like all countries once surveyed, number
      40, at that time , 41, if we consider the Crimea as a sovereign
      country !!


      Overnight train to Crimea.

      A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 03, 2012

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      ... accéder au quai .Les passagers doivent tous attendre dans une salle dédiée, avec lustres et fresques d'un autre âge mais cela a son charme ..
      Il y a 3 types de train au pays :
      -le pasajyrskiy poyizd, train de grandes lignes , circulant surtout de nuit entre les principales villes avec peu d'arrêts.
      -Elektritchka , train électrique à vitesse modérée qui circulent entre les villes et villages.Utilisés par les citadins qui rejoignent leur datcha et leur jardin ...

      Bakhchisaray: The Khan's Palace

      A travel blog entry by peregrinations on May 07, 2012

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      ... a link to the poem for anyone who wants to read it; I make no apologies for the translation and simply plead that his is a travelogue and not a literature class. The story goes that the Khan was so in love with his young wife that when she died he erected this fountain to weep for her forever.

      I am so much more interested in the destination that I ...

      Last Day in the Crimea Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by raichies on Aug 18, 2011

      3 photos

      ... descenants of the MOngols who took control of the Crimea two centuries after the MOngols controlled the area. They actually became a vassal state to the Ottoman Empire in 1475. When the Russians arrived in 1783, and attempted to assimilate the Tatars, 3/4 of them fled to Turkey. In 1944, Stalin, deported all remaining Crimean Tatars to Central Asia. Some had collaborated with the Nazis (I'm sure thinking that they would be saved from the evils ...

      Finally! In the Crimea

      A travel blog entry by jathomaz on Jun 20, 2010

      14 photos

      ... here in Ukraine that started in the morning. Usually I hop on in the late evening, so it's time to go to sleep and I wouldn't care if I would have to jump in the bunk. It's only with the long daytime trip that it was a problem. As it turned out, the couple on the bottom berth(s) was a man who is a captain with the Lviv Police department, and he and his wife were really nice to me. He spoke a smattering of English.

      Our train arrived at ...