Sparta Hotel

Address: Lomonosov Street 11 A, Yalta, Crimean Peninsula, 98600 , Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lomonosov Street 11 A, Yalta.
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Travel Blogs from Yalta

French Riviera meets the Jersey Shore!!

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Sep 19, 2013

2 comments, 41 photos

... pen that could withstand a direct nuclear hit. Both cities were top secret (Balaclava didn’t even appear on Soviet maps of the time) and closed to outsiders. Sebastopol remained closed until 1997, but even now the port is home to both the Ukrainian and Russian Crimean fleets (Russia leases a base from Ukraine). The submarine pens in Balaclava were abandoned when the Soviet Union collapsed and left unguarded, were looted of anything salvageable. More ...

The True Beauty of Ukraine

A travel blog entry by matt_abroad on Jun 20, 2013

... hiking boots or tennis shoes. You will be hiking through a lot of mountains and walking a lot to get to most sightseeing places. I learned that the hard way haha...

Yesterday was not nearly as adventurous as Tuesday, but hiking was still part of the day. Great. We started off the day going to Swallow's Nest. Google it, but don't be fooled...It's not nearly as big as it seems. Perched on the literal edge of a ...

When the Lights go down in Yalta!!

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on May 02, 2013

6 comments, 22 photos

... m sure he’d driven this route many times before so I’m sure he fully knew what could and could not be done with a 56-seater coach!!

It took half an hour to reach the small town of Nikita where we all alighted at the Nikita Botanical Gardens.

These gardens were not what I expected. I imagined the gardens to be mainly floral in design thus being open with little shelter from the sun that had now increased to 25C (79F). The gardens were a ...

MT Ait Petri 1237 m

A travel blog entry by kangourou1 on Oct 18, 2012

5 photos

LINKS :
Ait Petri cable car : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jiA2b8hr 9CI
Ait Petri : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgVYbtT0 5ik
Outchan Sou waterfall with lot of water : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JW-s7oDi xoo


J'ai bien dormi sous les pins centenaires qui ont absorbés la rosée cela m'évite d'attendre que ma toile de tente sèche. Je pars donc à la conquête du Ait Petri. Je me fais prendre par le bus local jusqu'à la chute d'Outchan Sou, ...

Finally - the Black Sea

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jun 04, 2012

We had a good last day in Kiev before our train left, first to the Bulgakov museum (writer of The White Guard and the writer involved with Stalin in The Collaborators) in the house he lived in and in which some of his plays were set just below St Andrews church. Then we walked round and round looking for the. Chernobyl museum, only to find we had walked past it twice... and it was closed on Sunday!
So then a quick metro ...