Samovar Bed and Breakfast

Staropimenovskiy pereulok 16, Moscow, Central Russia, 123001, Russian Federation | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

And then Steve asked the question...

A travel blog entry by madanaki


... architecture, '30's, 40's style statues and iconography...simply transfixing. The photos won't do it justice but will give you an idea of what we mean.

After resting at home for a bit we went downstairs to a fancy pants restaurant in the basement of our hostel to celebrate the day. Had a pretty good meal, along with some bubbly and red wine and got some nice photos taken by the waiter. Toyed with the idea of consummating the engagement but passed out instead.

The Final Stop - Moscow

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand


... round to the Saviour’s Cathedral, which dominates the skyline. What had been a light rain had now developed into a rather torrential rain so we were on the way to being soaked through! As I hadn’t got a scarf with me to cover my head, mum and I took it in turns to go inside the church which has an interior so gorgeous I can only really describe it as ridiculous! :D

We then went back to the hotel to collect our luggage, and all went to the airport ...

Hotel and Airline Landscape

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre


We toured the Renaissance and Lotte Hotel in Moscow city. Both properties were beautiful, but Lotte certainly put me under its spell. The product is well thought out. The standard rooms include an office kit (post its, text marker, pins etc.), a touch panel to control the TV, lights, air condition etc., a Japanese toilet etc. They have floors particularly modified for superstars travelling with their bodyguards and managers. Moreover, there ...

Listening to the wind of change

A travel blog entry by marrre


... by no means the only one. After checking in I, as per ancient tradition, trodded off to one of those free walking tours that I frequent. Irina led a diverse group through the streets of Kitoy-Gorod (a cosy and at the same time busy neighbourhood, with steep and narrow streets lined with coffeeshops, bars, restaurants, banks, electronics-peddlers....), and down to the most well-known Moscovian site: The Red Square. Why red, one ponders? Is it paved with red ...

10 reasons why I love Russia

A travel blog entry by jenflorido


... food. There is a lot of beige and brown food in Russia, all usually available from the street vendors. Pancakes with cheese, dumplings, stroganoff and pastries, sweet or with frankfurters. Oh and salty porridge. I have a bit of a love hate relationship with the last one. We were served porridge in one of the hostels and I spat my first spoonful right out. The Russians like their porridge salty and once I got used ...


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