Abricole Hotel

Address: 138 Voronazhskoe Highway, Khabarovsk, Far East Russia, 680042, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 138 Voronazhskoe Highway, Khabarovsk.
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Travel Blogs from Khabarovsk

From Bolshoy to Khabarovsk

A travel blog entry by wiese on Sep 25, 2014

... local $WD members wanted to take us to a nice camping location. They met us at the highway and escorted us into this spot, arriving at 6:30pm. We got to meet them and a couple stayed the night.There was a nice supply of wood at the camp from pruning and this gave us a warm fire to sit around. Unfortunately it was 30m from the center of camp so too far for most to visit. The Russians cooked a nice meal of pork and veges and offered some to ...

Bringing Yiddishkeit (back) to Yenemsveld

A travel blog entry by alleifer on Sep 05, 2014

3 comments, 41 photos

... I was kvelling as
Hitler and Stalin were turning in their graves.

Siberia is an immense region. JDC estimates that are just over 40,000 Jews
in a region of 4 million square miles, extending across 6 time zones.
Khabarovsk is as far from the JDC's Siberian headquarters in Novosibirsk as
Seattle is to Miami. JDC has nearly 5000 "clients" (like Alexandr) it takes
care of by coordinating food, medicine, heating and medical services through
its chain ...

Kevin's Feet

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 09, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... from side-to-side. Our Russian tour leader advises that in time, the boots “mold” to your foot shape. Perhaps to Russian feet, but clearly not to Australian ones! Kevin lasted no more than around 30 minutes before we’d told our guide that she need to find us a shoe shop from which Kevin (and Sandra) emerged with new footwear. Aaah..blessed relief!! Or perhaps this was just a way to get us to contribute to the local ...

Groundhog Day

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 27, 2013

... and spoke about 3 words of English. Plus my broken Russian was a lot easier for them to understand than anyone working on this train at least. I went and had dinner in the restaurant car just to shake things up a bit. Ordered a potato and mushroom dish, but got a dish with potatoes and mushrooms, but also a great slab of salmon underneath. I certainly didn't order that (too expensive) but I certainly ate it! Back in the cabin, my ...


A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Apr 07, 2013

6 comments, 7 photos

... were in the right lane (or even in any lane).

And then you get to "roadworks". I think I can categorically state that Russia has never heard of Workplace Health & Safety or “Lollipop Men”. When you approach an area of Roadworks, yes, there are signs on the side of the road, with a reduced speed and a sign to show that there is to be no overtaking, but nobody seems to take any notice of them. From years of driving in Australia, and ...