Yuzhnaya

Address: Dzerzhinskogo 166, Kaliningrad, North-West Russia, 236004, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Dzerzhinskogo 166, Kaliningrad, is near Cathedral, B-413 Submarine Museum, King's Gate, and Murmansk Municipal Swimming Pool.
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Travel Blogs from Kaliningrad

Gdynia and Open'er Fedtival

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 05, 2015

Well today is my last day in Gdynia, Poland. And it been great! I stayed on a boat, the weather is warm, the people friendly and Open'er has been fab.

Gdynia is located on the coast and is part of the Tricity area, which includes Sopot and Gdnask. Gdynia was formed during the 1919 treaty of Versailles. At one stage, between WWI and WWII it was freely governed in its own, free from both Germany ...

Day trip to Gdansk

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 03, 2015

... map I was given, the wifi located in most parts of the old town and longitude planet's '24 hours in Gdansk' to plan my own walking tour.

Starting at at Mary's church, I walked up streets a and b through the -- gate, past the river and down -/- street. Apparently this was where the royal processions used to walk. I saw Neptune's statue, golden gate and Amber museum, amongst all of the old buildings ...

Poland

A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 01, 2015

Today marks exactly 2 month since I finished work at TMP and went back packing. It's been an awesome 2 months in between France, Italy and England. And today, I mark the occasion, by saying goodbye to London once more and heading out to Poland, for the start of a 2-3 month adventure.

My first stop in Gdynia, Poland, where I'm staying on a boat and ...

Immanual Kant was a reall Piss-Ant!

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jun 16, 2013

5 comments, 7 photos

... and Immanuel Kant’s grave. Yes, Immanual Kant, German
Philosopher and subject of the Monty Python song “Bruce’s Philosopher Song” was born, lived and died in Königsberg. Apparently, he was so proud of his hometown that he felt no need to travel as the world came to him! In those days, Königsberg was a busy port.

What can I saw about Kaliningrad? ...

Two Weeks Later...

A travel blog entry by revelo77 on Oct 03, 2011

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Well it has taken us a little more time than we anticipated to set up a blog** But hopefully this should suffice. Liliya and I have been in the Russia Federation for two weeks now and have been having a great time. We are both learning a lot, the experience has been particularly eye opening for me as I ...