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Dulber, Koreiz

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  • Palace and Park of interesting, it makes sense to come watch and walk, but totally not worth sanatorium. Beach alot. The Park is partly very well-maintained, partly abandoned. Café on the Beach the most base of those that I was able to visit for 4 months of rest in Miskhor. Climb in the solarium good views. There is a small children's complex in a park near the Palace.
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  • Very poorly fed. No meat, no fish, fruits and vegetables is not given. the 4 person gave one! Apple or one! gherkin. Just indecently so feed in an expensive boarding house! There is no treatment. On the voucher paid 30 procedures, got five. The aunties not, water, weekend. And rode for the sake of treatment of varicose veins. Neuhozhennyj Park, garbage, all dry, abandoned. Flowers in the lobby is not polivalis' perhaps never, already withered. Maids have not seen not once for 10 days. I will not go never and friends otovetuju. It's just rest the lower class.
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  • Having read the reviews, decided to out of reach of Gaspra, near Diulber. The guard at the entrance said the visit is possible only with tour groups, but after the issue of visiting privately suggested the price tag of 200 USD and even suggested that we can catch up with the tour. The Park is very nice, though small. Many lookouts and quiet corners where you can retreat to indulge in thoughts of broad. The Palace itself too good, unusual architecture for these places. You cannot go inside, there people live and are treated. By the way there is another building, this enclosure # 2, built later, in 30 years, but in the style of Diulber and very similar to it. At the inlet of the Arabic reads: "citizens of the USSR have the right to rest".
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  • The territory is different, but launched. Repairs done for a very long time, 25 years ago. Staff were reasonably friendly. The food is very average, as in bad dining room during the late Brezhnev. For 55 Pax pour one coffee maker and tea kettle. If ends, only nod that ended and all. Be sure the porridge menu for dinner. On four floors, the glass of milk if you want to drink tea with milk. Decorating dining room and later the SOVIET UNION. As if hit in 80 year. Everywhere it's cold (in late December). The temperature in the basin of the 20s. Prescribing procedures for minimum of them drink water, climatic therapy, inhalation and jelektoforez. Neck massage))). Promised buffet, swimming pool, children's room, saunna, etc. on the fact: simple meals, swimming pool for walruses, nursery closed for saunna 600rub/hour. For 9 days to 2 adult and 2 children took 55 thousand rubles. Ran for a day and a half and piled up in Hotel 1001 night. True money returned, but spent a couple of hours. Conclusion: you must close on the reconstruction of sanatorium years 5. Definitely a kick in the pants to kick out guidance and management. And be sure to State control.
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  • Visited as a tourist attraction. Very beautiful Palace, it is especially pleasant to visit in November, when there are no visitors, and the air temperature was still above +11. A walk through the Park cost us for 100 rubles in his pocket guard.
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  • Beautiful park, miraculously preserved Palm trees planted before the war.
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  • Great Park, where you can get lost for a day. What is the Swan Fountain with water lilies and goldfish are very beautiful species, benches with panoramas have come even with family
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  • Good place dulber-was when the, when the Crimea was Ukraine, but not now, 2 times a year went, I don't want to go, time razlomilo all the before and after, the Putin Crimea is not ours and likely for a long time.
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