Volga Kostroma

1 Yunosheskaya Street, Kostroma, Central Russia, 156005, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Yunosheskaya Street, Kostroma.
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    Travel Blogs from Kostroma

    Old-Fashion Store

    A travel blog entry by irina_k on Sep 01, 2014

    20 photos

    This store stays preserved like the stores looked like back in 90s. It was very funny for me to look. And a lot of my friends who live there were very surprised too to see this place. Very funny and flash back to soviet times, when prices were hand written, sales ladies were wearing robes... enjoy the soviet times. Pictures taken with my iPhone...
    My mom said that I had a sarcastic look their, well it was funny to go back in ...

    1st of September

    A travel blog entry by irina_k on Sep 01, 2014

    3 photos

    First of September is the day of knowledge in RUssia. It is the day when all children and students start school year. They celebrate and bring flowers to their teachers. I took my nephew to his school and I enjoyed " going back" and remember how I experienced same thing for 10 years in school and 4 year in ...

    Russian Church

    A travel blog entry by irina_k on Aug 31, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Meyer or similar authors. I wanted to purchase Hillsong Ukraine CD, it isn't on itunes and she said no I can't purchase it anywhere. It is not that people really against it but they don't approve it. When my friends heard that I was going to THAT church I was warned to be careful and be on guard. ...

    Promanade by the River

    A travel blog entry by irina_k on Aug 24, 2014

    14 photos

    We went to see first Russian ship (replica) that Peter the Great started his fleet in Voronezh.
    Goto Predestinatsia (God's Predestination, literally The Providence of God, ...


    A travel blog entry by irina_k on Aug 17, 2014

    4 photos

    Driving is very interesting. There is no marking, not so many signs, people start driving on red-yellow before it turns to green. Nobody let you in or out nowhere. I was warned not to leave things or phone in the car. People could break in. My dad's 2007 chevy hhr has no usb outlet and there is NO christian radio on. I found what i need to play my music, bought cable for 5$ and YEAH I have Newsboys and Jeremy ...