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    • Cafe in Tula named: "Sun"

      Tula Oct 19, 2016 at 5:27 AM

      Have you heard of this place in Tula? Food & drinks?

      Thanks, if you know address, please post!

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      Cheapest possible visa support for U.S. citizens?

      Russia Sep 27, 2016 at 9:36 PM

      Looking for the lowest-bottom price.

      - Earlier "Express To Russia" was good with $18.

      - Today ordered one from iVisa for $15.59 or 1000 Rub

      There is one from which is 900 Rub, but they have silly limitation (7 days) which should not apply to U.S. citizens, so I rather paid 100 Rub more.

      Anyone has a cheaper idea? Need for my wife + kids.

      Not very urgent, but within a week or so will apply.


    • DBS ferry Japan to russia.

      Vladivostok Oct 1, 2016 at 12:06 AM

      Hi Im planning to take a trip to russia on the ferry from Japan but I have a prettt heavy concern. Im lgbt and will be entering through vladivotok. Im wonderinf what immigration is like there and if Ill be able to get by with out issues or if theres some new fangled body scanner waiting for me at the port.

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      Mead - any experience?

      Vladimirskaya Oblast' Sep 27, 2016 at 1:20 PM

      Is being sold here and as far as I did see, ONLY here in Russia.
      The strength seem to be below expectation, the price is above expectation - and it seems. they add things to mead which do not belong there.

      Just bought 1l for 150 R or slightly under $3. After many tries so far the best was one for ca. 10 Sfr in Z├╝rich at X'mas market (and it's stronger than Suzdalian). The strongest ever is sold in Ukraine, it's 40-proof, but I suspect from the taste it is not real.

      Any comments, experiences, where and what to buy locally?

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      All border crossings between Russia and Belarus closed to third-country citizens?

      Russia Oct 15, 2016 at 6:19 PM

      It sounds like a complete nonsense - but it seem to be the case.

      I am unsure, what is the situation in the reality.
      I was able to cross the border near Smolensk (I did not know about these news and simply crossed the border on a secondary road through villages). At this moment my car is near Moscow, in the garden of our friends.
      I am in the States, going back end of October.

      I did not experience any issues leaving Russia.

      The news are confusing. On one hand they say that the new problem affects EU citizens only (I used American passport). On the other hand some sources mention all third-country citizens.

      I do not know the truth. Only that so far no one did care less about me crossing into Russia "illegally".

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      Peterhof and Catherine's Palace

      Saint Petersburg Oct 5, 2016 at 1:01 AM

      Would love to visit both Peterhof and Catherine's Palace in December. I realize winter is not ideal, especially for Peterhof, but would still like to go.
      To save time, is reserving a tour a more time-effective way of doing it compared to using public transport? Is it possible to request a tour, visiting Catherine's Palace early in the morning and visiting Peterhof later in the day before returning to St Petersburg?
      Which is the best tour company to go with?


    Near Voronezh

    • looking for a street

      by drive00140 Online Now Nov 24, 2015 at 1:05 PM

      where in Voronezh is the street Rostov 58/12 please

      4 Answers Nov 24, 2015 at 2:10 PM
    • Voronezh - Safe place?

      by aliitze Online Now Jan 27, 2013 at 1:57 PM

      Hi! Anyone who has experience from travelling (or living) in Voronezh? I will probably go this fall, around september or october and hopefully stay for a whole year (work). The thing is, is this city nice place to live in? How are the people? Will I be safe living on my own? Is there a lot of mafia, prostitution, rapes, crime, etc.?

      1 Answer Feb 14, 2013 at 2:58 PM
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      Amsterdam to Voronezh Train/Plane

      by Skinkie Online Now May 28, 2006 at 4:34 PM

      I would like to travel to Voronezh this summer. Reading on the Deutsche Bahn site I can get some quotes on the trip. What is a good site to loopup Russian traintickets and fares?

      The most easy trip seems to have one tiny problem:
      Moskva Belorusskaja
      transfer 120 min. Continue by public transport
      Moskva Kasanskaja

      Is this step easy to do? By bus or metro?

      Because the traintrip takes at least 39 hours I lookuped up some flights. Which seems to go to Moscow SVO. Playing public transport detective in a foreign country not speaking the language isn't my thing is it easy to go from the airport to a train that brings me to Voronezh?

      4 Answers Jun 1, 2006 at 7:17 AM
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      Places to stay in Voronezh

      by CaptnCook Online Now Jan 19, 2004 at 8:05 AM

      I am planning a trip to Russia this summer. I have included Voronezh as one of my stops. Should I go with a local hotel or can I rent a flat from someone for a week?

      1 Answer Jan 21, 2004 at 9:49 AM