Samovar Bed and Breakfast

Address: Staropimenovskiy pereulok 16, Moscow, Central Russia, 123001, Russian Federation | B&B
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      A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 15, 2014

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      ... travelled with us and we spent most of our time with a guide named Julia who was extremely knowledgeable and entertaining. During the excursions, we had the services of a number of local guides, all of whom were women and many of whom were retired teachers.

      During the trip, we made friends with a couple from Boston, Karin and David. They were both originally of English descent but had moved to the US as young adults. We spent most of ...

      Day 26 Moscow

      A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 26, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      Can't believe that this is the last day of this section of our Russian Adventure. Tomorrow we leave the ship and get ready to start our train journey.

      However it has been another great day to finish. This morning we went inside the Kremlin! The grounds are enormous and there are many buildings inside including at least 7 churches. The main focus of our visit was the State Armoury Museum. And no, it wasn't another collection of ...

      Moscow - lost in translation

      A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 30, 2013

      16 photos

      ... in this city. One of the most popular forms of dining here is ‘canteen’ style, which is exactly how it sounds. You get a tray, and slide it along the counter and choose what you want as you go. Then a gruff woman at the end tallies up what you’ve got and tells you how much to pay.

      Moscow has the least English of any city I have been to. Even young people have almost zero English. I guess we have come to expect it of people, but it has been a real shock to ...

      Kremlin- Arms and Diamonds

      A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 17, 2013

      10 photos

      ... admission tickets and both require standing in separate lines and timing it just right. Kendra saved the day by squeezing into the ticket booth line right when the Armory tickets went on sale and securing five tickets for us. They often sell out and we were lucky to get them when we did.

      The Armory Museum showcases more than just weapons. It holds astounding artifacts of Russian history, from the carriages used and clothing worn by the czars, ...

      Red Square

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 27, 2013

      12 photos

      ... are taken on a whirlwind tour of the city, shown numerous places of interest including the Bolshoi Ballet Building, the Parliament, the Mayor's House, the Kremlin, the FSB f/k/a the KGB Building and the statue of Columbus with the head of Peter the Great, many of which we can't see because we are on the wrong side of the bus or go by too fast, and bombarded with too many facts.

      Here goes: Russia is the largest country and occupies 1/6th of ...