Izumrud (that means emerald) is a small hotel on the black sea shore. It'll take you about 30 minutes to get there from Sevastopol. I've been visiting this place every summer since the age of 5)) And to tell you the truth, the houses and rooms of this small and cosy hotel hasn't seen much reconstruction since 1990))
Izumrud (that means emerald) is a small hotel on the black sea shore. It’ll take you about 30 minutes to get there from Sevastopol. I’ve been visiting this place every summer since the age of 5)) And to tell you the truth, the houses and rooms of this small and cosy hotel hasn’t seen much reconstruction since 1990))
But for me it’s not a big deal! Cause this is the place, where my favorite roof and one of my favorite beaches are located!
So i won’t bother you with further commentaries! I just want to tell you one more thing:
If you visit this small and unremarkable hotel – don’t miss the house #2, i mean it’s roof! Cause this is a perfect place to dream!!!
supersampler shots – by me)
horizon shots – by dmigor
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