Samovar Bed and Breakfast

Staropimenovskiy pereulok 16, Moscow, Central Russia, 123001, Russian Federation | B&B
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    Last day in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 16, 2014

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    The hotel receptionist had again been pro-active on our behalf and had been able to contact the Mongolian embassy in Moscow and had been advised that they and the consulate would be open today. So not feeling very confident we set off for a rerun to the Mongolian consulate (at least we knew where to go)! We knew they only accepted Visa applications before 12 noon and that there was a fee for a fast track (same day) response. Well we arrived about 11am, ...

    Moscow - Communism Meets Supermodels

    A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... the people have been helpful. No English, but they try and that's all I care about. When the metro stops, they wait for people to get off the train and my god, that was my biggest pet peeve in Asia.

    The women here are very interesting and very tall. I saw several dozen my height or taller and lots of blond hair. I would say 50% look like old communist Russians with tough faces and the other half is very pretty... in a, I can kill you like ...

    Moscow

    A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... more gothic, fatter and less tall empire state building. There are eight Stalin spires around Moscow, and we were staying about 500 meters away from one; Lavrov's current office. Monday night we went out to celebrate the 23rd birthday of one of the girl’s on the program at the Hard Rock Café Moscow, quenching a long deprived taste of America we have been missing for the past 2 months. Moscow however, is the most expensive city in the ...

    Travelling East

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 19, 2013

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    Travel in Russia feels hard. That is just my current feeling, of course, and that might be avoided by a more bullish approach than my 'bugger, got to get moving again' one. Said feeling is possibly added to by reading advice sites and getting the sense that if you try to go it alone you will find difficulties, but booking a ticket, changing an electronic counterfoil for a real ticket and working out which metro stop you need for an overland station are all things that need to be ...

    Heading to Moscow in Style

    A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... true monarch, despite her lack of royal blood or Russian heritage. One way was to commission artworks celebrating the Romanov family, like this statue of Peter. It linked her in the people's minds to this popular Emperor, subtly establishing her legitimacy as Empress. The Moscovskiy train station is about 4km from our hotel, so we arranged to have a car take us there at noon. Navigating the train station was one part of the trip that I was a bit anxious about. We had ...