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      Travel concerns given current events

      Moscow Apr 11, 2014 at 3:06 PM

      Hi,
      I have a layover in Moscow between NYC and Prague, and I heard that the airport is not exchanging US currency. Does anyone know if this is true or not?

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      Respublika Kareliya Mar 31, 2014 at 7:23 AM

      Is there any hotels or accommodation in KEM or LOUKHI ? Please tell me

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      Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Mar 28, 2014 at 10:42 PM

      Can you rent a car and driver in Yuzhno Salinsk that will pick you up and drop you back to the cruise ship terminal in Korsakov? If so any idea how much per hour or for 4 -5 hours? Thankyou.

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    • english speaking 1.5 day world war 2 tour

      Volgograd Mar 25, 2014 at 2:31 PM

      we are 2 couples coming at the beginning of July , could we get offers for a 1.5 guided tour based on world war 2 events ?

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    • Travel by car

      Russia Apr 5, 2014 at 1:10 PM

      I'm planing on going to Russia this may, and i need few informations. Traveling by my own car, i'm wondering how much do taxes on the border cost (i'm staying for about 3,4 days)? Is it cheaper if i come through belarus then baltic countries?

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      Visum and boat

      Saint Petersburg Mar 20, 2014 at 9:29 AM

      I have heard you don't need a visum/visa if you go to St. Petersburg by ferry and leave Russian within 72 hours. Does that mean that I can arrive with boat and leave with plane, or would I have to leave the same way as I arrived?

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    • russian visa from u.k

      Moscow Apr 3, 2014 at 7:20 AM

      Hi all,
      i need an visa company in the uk who would also supply me with invitation letters,i spoke to someone at such a company last year,but having recently just moved i can`t find anything,i`ve looked on line and phoned a few,but with no luck, any help would be much appreciated, i1ve booked flights and accomodation for june 1st.
      regards gargoylesrus

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      Russian Visa Support Documents - Tourist Voucher, Invitation

      Russia Yesterday

      Hi,

      Please do you have an advice how to get the Russian visa support documents?
      We would like to travel on our own, staying in apartments booked through airbnb.com.
      Do you know some reliable companies providing this service?

      Best,
      Mirka

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    • Americans in Moscow

      Moscow Apr 8, 2014 at 7:51 PM

      Hi all,

      I am planning to travel to Moscow this summer but due to the current situation is it safe for Americans to travel to Moscow? So far people have warned me that it is not safe for Americans to travel to Moscow at this time, is this true?

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    • Address in Smolensk

      Smolensk Apr 2, 2014 at 5:21 AM

      Hello,

      I am trying to verify an address can somebody help me. My email is redbells91360@gmail.com

      LIDER 2 Garden Street Smolensk , 25a (square Zhelyabov )

      Thank you,

      Nicholas

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    • Welcome to Republic of Mari El !!!

      Respublika Mariy-El Apr 13, 2014 at 11:20 PM

      The Republic of Mari El is included in Privolzhsky Federal District and is situated in the centre part of the Russian Federation. Its territory is 23.4 thousand square Km, the population is 698.3 thousand people.
      It borders on the Nizhny Novgorod Oblast in the west, on the Kirov Oblast in the north-east, on the Tatarstan Republic and the Chuvash Republic in the south.
      The population of the Republic of Mari El consists of Mari people – 43%, Russian people – 47,5%, Tatars people – 5,9%. Over 50 nationalities are living on the territory of Republic. The official languages are Russian and Mari.
      The Republic of Mari El means “Mari country» translated from Mari language. It is a wonderful land with beautiful nature, riches lakes and forests. There are over 600 pure and deep lakes in the Republic where most of them are karstic origin, about 476 rivers having total extension over 7 thousand kilometers.
      About 50 percent of the territory of the Republic is covered with forests. For century, the forest was place of habitation, source of food and sacred temple for Mari pagans. Today, the Mari people is one of a few peoples of Europe, preserving the paganism practically in permanent form as an official national religion. There are about 520 pagan sacred groves in the Republic of Mari El.
      Modern the Republic of Mari El is dynamically developing territory on which contemporary architecture adjoins with numerous historical and cultural sites.
      The most popularity gained a capital city of the Republic of Mari El – Yoshkar-Ola (from translated Mari language means “Red city», beautiful city) with its excellent architectural ensembles - Tsarevokokshaisk Kremlin, Patriarch's Square, area of the first tsarevokokshaisk leader/voevode Obolensky-Nogotkova, where there is an unique musical clock with icon of the Mother of God « Troeruchitsi» installed above the arch in the tower, magnificent palaces of sports.
      Today the capital city of the Republic is modern comfortable city having its unique colour and individuality. The city is actively develop, embellish new parks and squares, areas and boulevards. In renewal city combine local colour, tradition of chief town of a uyezd and old European design. Also, Yoshkar-Ola attracts its compact structure and all sights are located walking distance from each other.
      The Republic of Mari El is original, charming and always attractive for lovers of travel and active sport.
      The Republic of Mari El is region with which met once, difficult to leave.

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    • Worried about visit to St. Petersburg in May

      Saint Petersburg Mar 26, 2014 at 2:23 PM

      Going to St. Petersburg in May (2014). We are Canadian, in our 60's and going on our own for 5 days. Already have our VISA. Coming in from Helsinki on train. Frankly we are very concerned about what we might face when we get there given all that is happening ..... Should we be worried? Our consulate website basically says nothing except that they have limited services now. (They closed the St. Petersburg branch)
      Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

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      From Kostroma to Rostov

      by lahjee Online Now Oct 29, 2013 at 12:41 AM

      Hello~! I would like to know how could I go to Rostov from Kostroma by public transportation, like which bus and where to board. Many thx!!!

      2 Answers Oct 30, 2013 at 1:53 AM
    • Phone Number please

      by marita5062 Online Now Oct 24, 2006 at 5:45 PM

      Does anyone have a working phone number for this hotel? I have tried (Tel. 08536-3-2081) but keep getting an error. I am dialing 011+7+853632081 - but it's not working. Thanks.

      7 Answers Oct 25, 2006 at 5:39 AM
    • Rostov info?

      by eepromm99 Online Now Feb 27, 2006 at 8:19 AM

      Hi! It looks like I will be in Rostov-on-don for a year or so training and I have a few things I am wondering about.

      Would be awesome and I would be very appreciative if anyone could answer some of these questions:
      -What is the availability,speed and cost of high speed Internet i.e. DSL for unlimited usage in Rostov
      -What types of cell phone services are available and at what cost? I think I heard GSM do they offer GPRS or any other data services?
      -What would the typical cost for a reasonably nice 2-3 room apartment be?
      -What would it cost for additional services like possibly a house cleaner,laundry person, food shopper etc. Was thinking it would be nice to eliminate needing to do some of these things and get my work done more efficiently.
      -Is there anything fun to do in Rostov?
      -Is it possible to get food by delivery chinese,pizza etc?


      TIA

      Chris

      2 Answers May 15, 2006 at 1:20 PM
    • Rostov anyone?

      by HeatherBaldo Online Now Jun 9, 2003 at 4:13 PM

      Hi. My husband is going to Rostov for work for a long time. In three months our daughter (7) and I will come too. What is Rostov like? What is the weather like? How strong is the dollar? Is there a McDonald's (for a happy meal!)? How much does a bottle of ibuprofen cost? Will vodka have to suffice for the occassional headache? Are there any activities for children? I also sing jazz (we are from New Orleans). Can you direct me to any information about the city whether by book or website? Thank you so much.

      14 Answers Aug 26, 2003 at 11:38 PM