Mega Hotel

Sokolnicheskoe shosse, Moscow, Central Russia, 1234, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

The Trans-Siberian!

A travel blog entry by chantalandzach

... park for a snack and decided to share said snack with some cute little birds. Things got... out of hand, and I looked up from my relaxing in the sun to see her about to be mauled by a gathered crowd of tiny, adorable birds, as they seemed to believe she was holding out on them. We narrowly escaped unscathed.)

Today we got on our first leg of the Trans-Siberian Railway. We are starting our 3.5 days journey to ...

My first steps in western Russia

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl


... spectacular St. Basil’s Cathedral and the famous GUM department store. When I walked there myself after checking into the hotel the day before, I found a skateboarding demonstration going on in the square. Times have changed! Two cathedrals demolished during the Soviet era have been rebuilt. Lenin’s Mausoleum and a necropolis lie alongside the Kremlin wall. A big glass-tiled building is being constructed inside the square. The local guide ...

Industry Trends and Big Macs

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus


... such a large country. There is a great deal of travel, but it is mainly to Moscow and St. Petersburg, with Siberia being third. He also explained that there use to be airports in most of the cities or villages in Russia, but the growth of Socialism and political issues closed them. He went on to say that the government is trying to open them again, but this would be slow. If these open again, it could drive the corporate travel industry even more.

There is more to come, ...

Moscow... "Yeah but"

A travel blog entry by where-ez-is


... seriously not as a joke. Next morning it was a really early start & a quick dash to get in line for tickets to the kremlin as it was re-opening today after being closed for like 2 weeks for Russia day, we were really lucky to get in to see it. Parts of it were really impressive, but i think we were a bit cathedral'ed out by then, plus it was kind of like walking up and down 10 downing st. Although the massive 250ton bell, that was made and then was too heavy to lift into ...

Found the other monastery.

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty


... could see in to the front of it from a side chapel. It is covered, walls, ceiling, and pillars, with frescoes. Like all the other churches here, there are elaborate golden chandeliers and, of course, an icon-covered iconostasis. The doors of the iconostasis were open, and in front of them, on a stand, was an enormous kulich (Easter cake). Unlike the kulichi people bake or buy in the bakery, this one had no frosting or decorations, and ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Mega Hotel Moscow

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