I’m still available June and the first half of July, September, possibly October..
They have for a couple of weeks. And after about a week from now sun won’t set at all.
A bit about summer in Kandalaksha:
Registration required, deadline June 19 noon.
Ulitsa Pervomayskaya 57, 8 952 296 0901 (central)
Ul. Kirovskaya 24, 8 963 358 8006 (train station area)
Ul. Sovetskaya 18, 8 921 169 1846 (“Military barracks” area)
Ul. Pronina 11, 8 953 300 2547
1000 roubles at the current exchange rate is $20US.
Source: hibiny.com/re/sale/rentdaily.. Through the site you can contact owners by e-mail.
Need these offers to be checked out on your behalf? I’m at your service.
Based on our past experience short-term rental apartments are often not supplied with linen and other essentials. Mind you, that was 2-3 years ago..
tvkultura.ru reports that the house where Gagarin lived during his pre-cosmonaut days while serving for the northern air fleet has been moved to the closed military town of Safonovo ~25km NE from Murmansk, where it has been restored and made part of the local aviation museum exposition.
The museum can be visited “by appointment only” and a permit, said to take about a month to obtain, is required to enter Safonovo.
Museum’s tel. number is +7(81537)64398.
Hibiny.com reports that Kandalaksha and area water is safe before it enters the distribution system, and if I correctly understood the story, it remains borderline acceptable when delivered to households through dirty rotten pipes.
Still, the official advice is to boil water before drinking it.
My own nose tends to be skeptical about this advice, and I recommend you get your water from one of several springs around the city.