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My friend and I are looking to travel to the Crimean Peninsular next May and wondered if anyone could recommend B&Bs, pensions or apartments in the region. We want to visit the Sevastopol / Yalta areas (S & W Crimea) as we are particularly interested in the 19th & 20th century history of this region: viz the 1854 - 56 Crimean War, the last refuge of the White Army and the 1945 Yalta Conference. We envisage either being based in Simferopol or (better still) working around the coast spending a few days in each place.

Any suggestions or other travel tips would be appreciated.

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