Wellness SPA Hotel MORE

Address: 25 Naberezhnaya, Alushta, Crimean Peninsula, 98500, Ukraine | Hotel
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      French Riviera meets the Jersey Shore!!

      A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Sep 19, 2013

      2 comments, 41 photos

      ... in Cyrillic script looks like Russian. And to the untrained ear (ours for sure!) Ukrainian sounds like Russian. To us, the only evidence of a difference is that just about all road signs seem to comprise two different announcements – presumably one in Ukrainian and the other in Russian. Many cars have Russian number plates (distinguished by the international designation "RUS") while other, otherwise indistinguishable cars have Ukrainian number ...

      Yalta, Ukraine.

      A travel blog entry by a_j_s on Aug 13, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... I sometimes can't tell. I often find myself saying in my head, 'WAW what a life' After the spa I had a thirty minute nap because I was so relaxed it was impossible not to! Feeling refreshed from my nap I headed up to the crew bar, got myself a nice cold Stella, said hello to everyone and headed up to deck 5 (crew deck) where I found myself sat with Stefano the head Italian chef ...

      The last full day has arrived!

      A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Jun 01, 2013

      4 photos

      ... work hard and there are ups and there are downs. Viktor was a nightmare and to be frank those situations are rare. Mostly you can sit back and watch the world.

      And what about blogging. At times, I have had to make myself write it up each day....hopefully, we have not bored you silly with pompous accounts of art treasures but given you a glimpse into our rather quirky world!!!!!

      Would we do it again...YES...watch out for the next Episode.......

      Beautiful Cities + Friendly People = Great Ukraine

      A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 18, 2013

      30 photos

      Once a sheltered country as part of the USSR, now the second biggest country in Europe, Ukraine has it all. We were always intrigued, but the need for a visa did keep us away from one of Eastern Europe's best kept secrets. But as we took the time to obtain a Ukrainian visa, we would soon learn that this was no mistake. Travelling across this big country via overnight trains, we decided that Ukraine was so worth it. From West to East, we encountered beautiful cities and met amazingly ...

      Coastline to Sudak

      A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 21, 2012

      12 photos

      ... moitié.Chacun connait ce qu'il a faire, rituels immuables . Vladimir découpe les poissons entiers pour la soupe de poissons sur le feu de bois. Il incorpore en fin de cuisson , bien 20 cl de Horilca.J ai pas intérêt à faire le pitre sur la plage en contrebas. Un peu surpris, il me dit que cela fixe le goût , on met bien du Pastis dans la bouillabaisse.!!

      Le déjeuner est pantagruélique, pour digérer tout cela Vladimir et moi faisons un saut dans ...