Suharevka B&B and Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuharevka B&B and Hostel Moscow
Only 1 out of 4 showers were working, bad smell in the hallway, the bed was really terrilble you could feel the springs in the mattress in your back .....
None of the staff spoke English .
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... light enough I decided it was safe enough to venture into the massive park lands located next to our hotel complex, where I ran the final kms of the 16 km run. On return to the hotel, it was a frenzy of activity to get us out the door for breakfast and then meet our city ambassador. Although that was brought to a halt when we received a message from the city ambassador indicating that she would be 30 mins late - well this wasn't good news as we ...
... and presumably the only place in Russia to buy stamps, I stumbled upon the biggest bookstore east of the Donau, and could there purchase the elusive printouts. The post office itself gave an almost Sovietian wibe, as it was hard to find, placed in a concrete building with no personality to speak of and staffed with people who could use some PR courses, and English dito. Eventually I found what I was looking for.
Kremlin means fortress, and contrary to ...
... and it took us almost as long to brave the stop and go traffic back from the airport. A 2 lane highway at times included the ditch and everywhere, up to 5 lanes! everyone looking for a small break to get ahead. As always, we left our passports at the front desk to be processed.
Said good buy to Joe last night. He is so sharp, resourceful and energetic. Reminded me of Uncle Ed.I will sure miss him.
The city is full of visitors! ...
... the direction of Gorky Park. On our way we passed closer to the Peter the Great Statue, the thing is massive, 98m tall I have read. At about this time we encountered some rain but not so much to cause a bother so we walked on.
Before Gorky Park we came across Art Park. Numerous sculptures were scattered throughout, including some of Lenin and Stalin which I was a bit surprised to still see standing. Art Park and Gorky Park were separated by a major road and ...
... up on our discussion and asks if he can help.
It turns out he is here on business, is married to a Ukranian, has previously visited Moscow - and speaks the language - so he offers a few suggestions, which we circle on the map before heading out.
The first of the suggestions that he makes is the Kolomenskoye Estate. The tourist literature is very sparse and confusing, but as far as I can make out, it was the equivalent of one of the "Summer Palaces" of one (or many) ...