Long introduction to a short question: Family of 4 (kids young teens) planning on 3 nights, 3 days in Suzdal without a car. (Arriving by train to Vladimir then a taxi to Suzdal lodging). Still selecting lodging and want to consider location. Now, I understand Suzdal is small and walkable, and long scenic walks is a large part of our reason for spending such a relatively long time there. But I anticipate a trip or two or three per day back to whatever hotel we select for a mid-day break, change of clothes, glass of wine before dinner, etc.. And I don't want to expend too much of our family's 10-15 kilometers per day tolerance for walking just getting between the hotel and the center.
But for location, I think our preferred lodging would be the Cherry Orchard all the way at the south end of town. We'll probably go for it if it's easy enough to call for a taxi (or pick-up by the hotel, if that's a commonly-offered service?) should we want to return there from the north end of town without walking. Otherwise, the Hotel Kremlin (just west of the Kremlin meadow, across the river) and the Nikolaevsky Posad would be our next choices, probably in that order.
Question: Are wheels across town easy to call for? Where would you stay?Edited: 02 January 2013, 13:38