Youth Hotel At Ukrainian

Address: Crimea, Feodosia, Crimean Peninsula, 4107, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Crimea, Feodosia.
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Travel Blogs from Feodosia

Feodossia and the lighthouse

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 23, 2012

... phare de Feodossia , le temps est maussade. Mais je ne refuse pas , je suis tellement loin de la France et impossible de venir au phare sans voiture, pas de transport public jusqu'ici. L'ambiance est plus bretonne que méditerranéen avec ce phare coquet et la côte déchiquetée, la forte houle, le gris du ciel, quelques gouttes par moment. Nous restons un certain temps autour de la cloture fermée de la résisdence du Phare.
mais suffisament pour ...

+++ Swimming in the black sea +++

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Aug 02, 2012

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2.8.2012 Blizhniye Kamyshi (UA) Km: 68269 +++ Swimming in the black sea +++

With 'Swimming in the black sea' I have reached the second goal after another good 8,000 Km of my trip. Further, it is also the most easterly place I reach for this tour.
After the nasty weather at the North Cape, storm, rain, and 3.8 degrees, ...

Big ride / Husarenritt

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Aug 01, 2012

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1.8.2012 Blizhniye Kamyshi (UA) Km: 68269 Big ride / Husarenritt

Morning with George and Bertel viewed the city of Odessa and then in a big ride to the Crimea. Stay for the night on the beach with full moon and a campfire. My feeling is rising higher each day again.
But first I had ...

The Golicyn's Path

A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Aug 07, 2010

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... are spare. And this is what makes it unique.

Why Golicyn? It is the name of a nobleman who brought French grapes to the Crimea and taught people to make a real champagne. Or at least sparkling wine because “champagne” is the name reserved for the liquor from the region of Champagne. Golicyn lived in the area, and in a nearby cave he kept wine and had guests. So say the legend. Now the famous cave is on our path.

We do not reach it ...

Basking in the Crimean sun

A travel blog entry by radek.studnicki on Aug 05, 2010

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... also have it with cheese, but the Ukrainian name of it scared us away. To be honest, we just did not understand.

After a hard walk to the fortress, we need to relax downtown. The night in Sudak looks just the same as anywhere else where tourists rule – parties, discoes, pretty girls (and boys), stalls where you can buy whatever you want. And only buying post card is a “mission impossible”!