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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      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 ...

      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

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      ... 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 ...

      Ukrainian Final bits and questions

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Nov 01, 2009

      5 photos

      ... place in the Ukraine. I did love the forests outside of Kharkov and good that I did since I was stuck in them for 5 hours but Kiev is another big capital city and Kharkov – well, just didn’t get to see much of it as I don’t have night vision. Sevastopol does have a lot to offer and I’m sure I would have enjoyed it with more time there but Yalta just calls to me. I think in the summer I might not be ...

      Cave Cities

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 28, 2009

      5 photos

      ... teachers were forbidding their students to get close to the edge.

      We wander through the city and look at some of the buildings that are standing, a couple of Knessets, a mausoleum, and the first wall. The Tartars had built this city or rather they were good fighters but not good builders so they hired the Crimea people to build the city but refused to let them live inside the ...