House Hotel Brestsky

1-ya Brestskaya Street 33 Bld.1, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... piece of junk. Roisin could see how agitated I had become. She suddenly held up two tickets in front of me.

“Where did you get these?” I asked.

“From the ticket booth over there” she replied pointing to a small counter no more than 5 yards away.

We left the relative safety of the airport terminal straight on to the train platform. The change in temperature almost took our breath away. It was reading minus ...

Day 7 - Moscow & beyond!!

A travel blog entry by kimrichings

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... so numb on this seat and I becoming as paranoid as Lauren with the use of hand sanitizer, good job I brought a good supply. We still don't have a clue where to go but at about 20.30 we walk down to the platform where we saw the station sign earlier & look for people who might be doing the same as us, the place is still packed. The only useful piece of information is that our training tickets says train 4 at 21.35 and we see this info on one of the timetable boards but ...

No more vodka please

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony

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... the real Russia’.

We even got there before the guards with them goose stepping every where and guarding the eternal flames to comemerate the victims of the 2nd World War. We had a guide who took us on an introductory walking tour of central Moscow and gave us some insight into the landmarks. We walked down a couple of lovely park-like boulevards in the middle of the road and also visited the Yeliseev delicatessen which had not changed since the ...

Last Day in Moscow

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty

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... in town. We cruised past several large parks full of trees green with spring. We passed many buildings and monuments that we had visited over the past three weeks and had a chance to see them from a new perspective. After an hour and a half, the boat docked near the Novospassky Monastery.

The Novospassky Monastery turned out to be our favorite one yet. It was established in the fifteenth century, ...

At the End of Our Train Line

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren

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... our train from Yekaterinburg to Kazan, we were happy that we didn’t have neighbours. The majority of that train trip was taken up with blog writing and watching TV shows, but we did manage to have a feast. We had stocked up on Russian treats at a supermarket in Yekaterinburg, so that we could have our own little picnic on the train journey. Different meats, cheese, rye bread, black caviar, salad, pickled fish, cottage cheese balls, sour cream, ...