Yunost Accord Hotel

Address: 32 Pionerskaya Street, Odessa, 65009, Ukraine | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 32 Pionerskaya Street, Odessa, is near Mirror Stream fountain, Odessa Privoz, Kharkiv Historical Museum, and Constitution Square.
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      A travel blog entry by aschavemaker on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... Tall trees shade the cobblestone boulevards and the decorated palaces turned museums add a distinctive French/Italian flair to the city. Our walking tour took us from Catherine Square with its monument to Catherine the Great, along the Primorsky Boulevard to the Potemkin Steps. The Odessa Opera House is one of the most beautiful I have seen. Pity that we were not able to go to a concert there! Next stop was the Spaso Preobrazhensky Cathedral. ...

      Wating for babushka and palads

      A travel blog entry by kennethj on Jul 29, 2014

      ... br> The palads I forgot to see on the road to the steps was situated a nice place facing the harbour. The General had been in a battle loong time ago and now it's a place for drama dance for kids, but she let me to have a look on first floor.

      On the way to trainst you come first to the Gigant marked. I love marked and can easy spend hours there just walking around and trying different things and a good ...

      Catacombs mamut at the Paleontology museum Odessa

      A travel blog entry by kennethj on Jul 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... open up and guided us around. It was like being in a class room with 3 new student. Sure all was in ukransk but the items told the story enough. Sure Silas would like it.
      Beside Mammut there was to Gigant elephant and one room was dedicated to items found in the catacombs - just were i was going next.

      There are 2000km of tunnels under Odessa. It's a ...

      Odessa, Ukraine: Downpours & Missing Cargo Shi

      A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 13, 2013

      44 photos

      ... was bigger and prettier than I imagined. Tree lined streets dotted with shops. Cobbled pedestrian streets lined with cafes and restaurants - French, Italian, Irish, Russian, Georgia, Ukrainian. Sushi on offer everywhere. Ever since we hit Russia the amount of places dishing up brightly coloured sushi has amazed us. We walked down to a set of steps which was meant to be a must see when in Odessa. That was the extent of our sightseeing due to my being less than enthused ...

      Ukraine and Transnistria: Weeks 10+11

      A travel blog entry by michaelrab09 on Jun 15, 2013

      34 photos

      ... the trees which made the views amazing.

      We walked around and basked in the glory of a capitol city of over 3 million people which finally had so much culture. Fun fact: we even went into the deepest subway station in the world at Арсен 72;льна in Kiev at over 300m. We literally took two escalators that took over 7 minutes just to get all the way to ...