Yalta Intourist Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
- Airport Transportation
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... we saw the remains of the city high in the rocks. It was Chufut Kale, the town made of stone, jewish town. Alexander told us the history of this place, that it was made by many tribes, then jewish Karaim people came and settled.
The place is well fortified and practically invincible. The town was conquered only once by tatar/muslim people with the help of war ruse. To get the rocky town we climbed about ...
Our guide met us just off the port around 9 and we set off for the sights of Yalta in 31 degrees and 80%25 humidity - thank god for a/c is all I can say! We had John and Jessie Join us. They were two Ozzie's from Sydney who tried to book the same guide so we all agreed to do it together. Serge was both knowledgable and passionate about his home city and we soon become engrossed in the beauty of it. Our first stop was a waste of ...
... and puffed up the cliff to a hollowed out crevice into which had been hewn an ornate chapel. We were not allowed to talk and the ladies had to wear special head scarves and long skirts. At the side of the chapel, was a grill and inside we could just about make out a dimly lit "ICON". It looked a like a slightly bashed in biscuit tin lid....... who I am to comment as many were making a huge fuss when they saw it........ <b>Drive back via ...
Status: Up and about at 0600hrs - sunny with great view overlooking the harbour.. We are now in the same place for 5 days! All sorts of things to do. Crimean War tour, wine tasting, Yalta conference. Must keep going!!!!! Can't fade now.....tempting. NO NO must re-group and brace up for another 4 days!!!!! Off to make coffee using the Dyas travel kettle.
Food alert: Decided to try the pink boiled eggs at breakfast. As we headed out of the restaurant the ...
... more day to explore more on our own. Ukraine seemed different to other former soviet countries we had visited, but it still had its history. And a big part of that history was the Great Patriotic War (WWII). We ventured to the Great Patriotic War Museum, which was really interesting, informative (had English translations) and created a clear picture of the extreme impact the war had on Ukraine and its people.
Being Orthodox, Ukraine has many orthodox churches throughout the ...