Yugor Hotel

2 Gorky street , Syktyvkar, North-West Russia, 167000, Russian Federation | Hotel
Prices starting from $114.00
 

Travel Blogs from Syktyvkar

Another Monastery

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty

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... monument next to the iconostasis, much as they did at Sergiev Posad.

A cultural note: The orthodox are very strict about women covering their heads and men removing their hats in church, and we have respected this. I generally have a scarf in my pocket to put on in case we come upon a church we want to check out. Well in this church, we actually saw a lady with a hanky on her head--just like in the Catholic church ...

A Moscow Weekend

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... ceiling which was fantastic. We all stood underneath it finding our signs and ohhing and awwing. The Tsar had his own special throne in the dining room with his own table. Nobody ate at the table with him but sat at lower tables to eat. At one of the museums they had told us that everyone shared from the same large goblet to drink so that no one would poison the wine but not sure if they ...

Just another tourist

A travel blog entry by matt_l

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... t speak the language, so sorry to the customers I served who I got frustrated at. Russian is impossible to decipher roughly. Pazhaloosta (Please) and Spaseeba (Thank You) is really all I know, I get a lot of people saying 'shto?' which means 'what?'. *point and hand over money*. Accidentally walked into a shopping center after trying to use the toilet in McDonalds which had a huge line, and I figured out why when I walked past about 5 pay toilets. 20R, I know ...

Wakey, wakey, eggs and steaky!

A travel blog entry by chocobear

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... Finally got back to the hostel about 11pm, it was a cracking day but very tiring. 6th June - Day 3 I woke up feeling like I was in the middle of an American girls slumber party, which did nothing but further made their accent more grating. Liam, Andrew (NZer) and myself stayed in bed this morning an extra hour instead of going with the group to Victory park museum, apparently we didn't miss out on too much. We met up with the group on Arbad street, it was meant to be a tourist strip, ...

Moscow madness

A travel blog entry by andrewrmc

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Though sharing a cramped 4-berth cabin with two Russian gents had been a slightly unnerving experience, a quick look at our fellow travelers in the early morning darkness at Moscow train station revealed that we'd enjoyed a far more restful evening that those who had travelled in the proverbial cattle class. Despite being only 6am, we encountered more than a little traffic on route to our accommodation, providing an instant introduction to ...

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