Hotel Solo: stay on the Solovetsky Islands, river cruises, tours to the Solovetsky monastery and Museum
The hotel “Solo” is a building in the heart of the village of Solovki. For arriving at Solovki hotel offers cozy rooms of different comfort level, modern cafe with good food, a fireplace room, inviting all guests to spend joint leisure.
No matter whether you have arrived as a pilgrim in the courtyard of Solovetsky. did you Solovetsky monastery, Museum or just relaxing on the Solovetsky Islands. – hospitable owners of the hotel are always ready for their guests to kindle the real Russian bath, fishing trips, have a little picnic with shish kebabs or fresh fish.
Everyone who comes to Solovki: the winter tour of artists and philosophers, in the summer many guests gather at the traditional Solovetsky regatta. from may to October, there are the outdoor enthusiasts and fans of history – and they all need a comfortable and inexpensive hotel. Solovki is not the edge, where looking for luxury and entertainment, Solovki is a place where soul can rest.
Going to the Solovetsky Islands, of preferably book in advance: Solovetsky settlement, a map which has only a few streets, though hospitable, but it is too limited Continue reading
Satka and its attractions
Satka district is the most scenic area of the Chelyabinsk region – nestled in the Ural mountains. What wonders of nature you will not see here majestic mountains, mysterious caves, unique lakes and river valleys, beautiful forest. From the impressions just dizzy…
Your trip we will start from the city of Satka. Once you arrive in the city, you will need somewhere to stay. We recommend you to rent an apartment with comfortable living conditions. After you take a shower and rest from the road, you can go explore the city and its surroundings.
Walking through the Central streets of the city, you notice the lovely wooden houses of the XIX century. In this small provincial town are three of the Palace of culture, Palace of sports, a huge indoor tennis court and many restaurants and cafes. There are often various sporting events, competitions, and tourist gatherings. Very interesting for tourists are the Museum of local lore. Museum staff to conduct excursions imaginative. For example, a Department dedicated to the nature of the Ural region, the guide’s narration is accompanied by soft music, sounds of waterfalls and caves; in the section devoted to the history of the region, visitors enter with lit candles under a neighing of horses and clanging Continue reading
There is a reason why New Zealand is known as the “Adventure capital of the world”. The country invented countless daring sporting adventures and is the first commercial bungee jumping. With all the high activity of adrenaline was introduced here, it is not surprising that also the first kiwi to climb into giant plastic balls and rush down the hill, the activity known as Zorbing.
Zorbing, or sphereing, is essentially a child’s dream (and the nightmare of many adults). You enter a transparent sphere with a three-meter circle and start down the hill, either straight or zigzag path. The sport originated in the 1990s, founded by two Kiwis looking for thrills. Since then it has evolved into an international business, from the zorb around the world, including Sweden, Thailand, Ireland and the United States.
The only zorb site in New Zealand in Rotorua, dubbed the country’s “adventure Hub”. Rotorua is situated in the centre of the North island, and also goes under another name: “. Sulphur City” You smell the city before you see it, its geothermal activity gives it a distinctive scent that has been compared to rotten eggs. Sulfur has many resorts and hot springs around town, and the locals say you get used to the smell, but I guess it takes more than three days Continue reading