Yugor Hotel

2 Gorky street , Syktyvkar, North-West Russia, 167000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Syktyvkar

52 Perm -Moscow

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jun 11, 2013

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Day 52

11 June 2013


Hello Moscow12 noon, tt is now a matter of counting down the kms. After being on the train for the 5th day running, I have had enough of it for a while. The Provodnitsa’s have been busy cleaning everything; even washing the windows while stopped at one of the stations. Perhaps they travel back again on the same train when it leaves at half past nine tonight. The ...

Finally Back in Europe!

A travel blog entry by samwilding on Mar 14, 2013

... we hung out with them for a bit in the dining car, which sold the most miniature sausage sandwiches I have ever seen!

The last night the cabin was empty, and we arrived in Moscow at 4 am Thursday, having been on the train since 4PM Sunday Moscow time! A long hot shower and some proper food (we found subway at 6am!) were well in order at this point!

Its really snowy in Moscow; apparently the heaviest snow in ages, so it should make for an interesting few days!
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Survived the first week!

A travel blog entry by julianmiakang on Sep 30, 2012

... And it really hurts at times... I did my best to be careful and rest this week, so hopefully tomorrow everything will be fine and I can begin exerting myself more in ballet and stage movement. I'm not super upset about it, just trying to be patient and careful in the meantime. The last thing I need is to be pulling the same muscle over and over for this semester. Yikes!
2) I LOVE all my professors! ...

Mother Russia: The Madness of Moscow

A travel blog entry by janelle-daniel on Jul 15, 2012

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... big faces they have. I would grin back at them, stupidly, through shock and happiness to see them seemingly let their guard down for a moment. Bit on a whole this didn't happen, stern faces and weary grunts, to the point where dan told me off for saying thank you as 'they just don't do that here' and felt it was annoying them more!
Sadly though indecision/post lightening storm shock/heatstroke we missed out on getting some babushka dolls which ...

Melnikov's heritage in Moscow

A travel blog entry by lovelyrussia on May 05, 2012

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... Moreover, the side of house you'll see from the pereulok is not the best. To see the most interesting part of the house you have to walk inside the arch of the nearby building and walk around. This way you'll be able to fully appreciate the unique architecture of this 1927-1929 built one-family/workshop house.
The building's original exterior (large windows, covering most of the house) is largely due to the absence ...