Villa de Ville Hotel

Address: Prospekt Mikhaila Nagibina 55, Rostov-on-Don, South Russia, 344068, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Prospekt Mikhaila Nagibina 55, Rostov-on-Don.
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Travel Blogs from Rostov-on-Don

Two Young Giffers on a Motorbike in Rostov-on-Don

A travel blog entry by jennifer63 on Jun 24, 2014

... the worse place we have stayed, had lovely meal out though with some good wine Life will slow down now though as we have reached The Black Sea Coast which we will follow round the Russian Coast, round the Georgian Coast and into Turkey. We may decided to foray into Georgia at some point and visit Tiblisi ...

Rally Day 3: The Horrible Border

A travel blog entry by matthewswilcox on Jul 18, 2013

14 photos

... new friend Bill said he'd figure it out for us and call us back in a half hour. After two more hours and a few more phone calls from the embassy our border guard came over to tell us that we wouldn't be needing that stamp and we were free to leave! 6 hours later and we moved on to the Russian border. We've been here now for three hours waiting on Russia to OK our car passport which is different from the standard ...

Through thecaucasus

A travel blog entry by fehmersfamily on Jun 22, 2013

5 comments, 10 photos

... All in all a worthwhile experience and a good history lessons for the children. Elske was most fascinated by all the tanks and machine guns outside the museum.
After some indulgence in the Sokoladnica (yes the chocoladecafe), we continued our trip in Western direction towards the Ukraine. Hopefully tomorrow we will reach the Crimea where we plan to spend a week or so before exploring the Western parts of the Ukraine.

We will keep you ...

An in-transit report

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on May 29, 2012

4 photos

The train turned out to be quite fun, there are four beds in these second class Sleeper carraiges, no first class on the Vladikavkaz to Rostov train, and none left on the Rostov to Kiev. So my first travelling companion was a Russian lawyer, (advocate it said on his business card - in Russian of course, who spoke some English and we got on very well, he was full of questions about England, why did I not have to carry identity papers like him?, what was the average house price etc. At ...

You have little present for me?? Maybe bottle?

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck on Aug 07, 2010

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Made it through the Ukrainian border in pretty good time, then it was the fun one. In my head, I had all sorts of preconceived notions about the Russian border guards. And once we were done with immigration, I thought we were coming through unscathed. Then we had to deal with customs and getting the right declarations for the car. This took way longer than I thought it ...