Articles with tag: Uritsk Andrey

Our first stopover is a tiny village, nestling at the foot of a huge rock. Getting off the boat, we found ourselves on a long wooden platform. The village we arrived is almost entirely on the water. There are cliffs around, so all the houses stand on piles driven into the bottom. There are wooden...
First of all, I got acquainted with the village of Talkeetna. Talkeetna is located at the crossing of three rivers, and a small Talkeetna River flows into Susitna River right in this small village. A couple of kilometers from here Susitna meets its biggest inflow Chulitna River, flowing down the...
Almost all of our river cruises have "green parking", i.e. stopovers, intended for leisure of travelers. As a rule, it happens in a beautiful place, where one can walk, enjoy nature, sunbathe, or swim. There is such parking in sea cruises: today our ship arrives on the Phuket Island , the famous...
In the evening, after dinner in a beautiful restaurant of one of the hotels on the coast, we flung ourselves into a sweet atmosphere of a resort town, which is particularly attractive at night, when anyone can enjoy the sea, have a night swim, walk along the promenade, or listen to music, and then...
In my last review I collected photos of the evenings in  Venice  taken two hours after the ride on the gondola. Night was falling; I walked from the central promenade (which is called Riva Degli Schiavoni, or Slavic Embankment) and  Piazza San Marco,  along the streets...
The classic gondola ride along the canals of  Venice  only take half an hour, but it allows you to see Venice from a different angle; looking at the historic buildings and residential areas from the water. This provides a unique experience to dive into the medieval atmosphere...
Piazza San Marco was the highlight, and the main tourist destination, of  Venice. No one should miss it when visiting the famous city on water.  So, we walked through the square and admired the buildings from different angles.   Piazza San Marco faces the promenade from the...
We took a stroll through the quarters of  Venice,  from the tourist pier on the waterfront of the bay to  Piazza San Marco , the central city square. We left the bustling central promenade and delved into a series of narrow, Venetian streets, crossed by dozens of canals...
Venice , the amazing city on the water, appeared shortly after the fall of the Roman Empire, when people began to settle on the islands of the shallow Venetian lagoon, escaping from barbarian invasions during the 5th and 6th centuries. Here they felt safe because they were protected by the...
After  Honningsvag,  MS "Midnatsol" continued its way along the most northern edge of Europe, sailing now in the Barents Sea (the conditional border between the Norwegian and Barents seas passes in the area of  North Cape ). On the right side, you can see the coast and...

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