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

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A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jun 18, 2014

8 photos

The Russian language uses the Cyrillic script meaning to most Roman alphabet users, the letters appear 'backwards' and totally illegible. A bit like my handwriting. The Cyrillic script, used by 12 different countries, is devised from Greek and an ancient script called Glagolithic by the Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century. (Don't embarrass yourself like I did after my 1st visit to Russia and tell everyone they use the 'Acrylic' alphabet!). The actual spoken Russian language is a ...


A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... again with little signage and not particularly friendly people we spent ages trying to decide whereabouts in the massive station the train is going to leave from. We think we found it though, and getting tired and hungry we found a place to eat. An Italian! In Russia, an italian food place, served by Chinese women! One woman in particular has been the friendliest person so far; very helpful!

After, another good and long nights sleep, we decided to ...

Ticket to Ride

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Aug 16, 2013

13 photos

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Leaving the stadium I came across those unusual work forces which intrigues me about Russia. This time in the pitch black was a group of workers mowing the lawns with these tiny mowers that would be lucky to mow 5cm at a time. They then rake the cut grass into piles which is then removed. The following picture which I just had to take is probably not that clear in the dark.


Pree-vet (Hi) from Mos-cow (now called No-cows)

A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 09, 2013

24 photos

... the time we got to the Hotel we were all exhausted, but of course it was too early to check in. We left the bags at the hotel and went to breakfast, where we sat around like zombies. But this was Moscow, and we had time up our sleeve before the room was ready, so might as well make the most of it. Our first destination was Red Square, where we were in luck, given the early hour. The line to see Lenin was small, so we joined at the end and was soon on our way ...

Live from Red Square!!!!!

A travel blog entry by cjk2015 on Jul 08, 2013

... if I have a hammer and a sickle growing out of my ears. Oh well!

I finally saw Red Square!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was really really cool. Being the history nerd that I am, I felt amazed at all the historical events that occurred in this little speck of a massive city. One can see all the pride Russians put into this international image of Russia. However, I highly recommend going to the OTHERSIDE of Red Square. I will ...