Mega Hotel

Sokolnicheskoe shosse, Moscow, Central Russia, 1234, Russian Federation | Hotel
Prices around $105.00
 

Travel Blogs from Moscow

And then Steve asked the question...

A travel blog entry by madanaki

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... a local guide called Anya. If anyone has travelled through Europe you'll know how it goes: the tour is free but you're expected to tip at the end. That's all fine with us. There was about 17 fellow expeditioners on this tour and Anya showed us some beautiful churches, some back streets, told us some stories of the Soviet era, and generally showed us around the downtown area, and Red Square. Steve managed to correct some of her interesting expressions - " World War ...

Rainy Days in Moscow

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle

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... year. As a business, it's obvious these clubs don't turn a profit and are most likely the toys of the numerous billionaires in Russia. A 2012 article in Forbes stated that 78 of the world’s richest, worth a total $334 billion, call Moscow home, beating out New York and London.

Due to the rain, most of our time spent outside in Moscow was with an umbrella and wet shoes as a result of the poor drainage system, which left pools of water on the ...

Moscow - lost in translation

A travel blog entry by simonct

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... in case it is some sort of explosive device. Good safety measure but it doesn’t make you feel that safe.

Historical political propaganda is everywhere. Lenin is everywhere. There is almost no Stalin evidence as Khrushchev removed a lot of the Stalin memorials. Russia lost 30 million people in WW2 and they are very proud of thier victory (think lots of memorials with soldiers stamping on Nazi swastikas, etc.)

There is still a serious hangover from the ...

The Final Stop - Moscow

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand

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... in Moscow!!!

There were two companies offering boat tours along the river and the canal in that spot; one for 450 R that was leaving in a while, and one at 500R that was leaving imminently. When we told the representative for the latter that we were going to wait for the former to save 50R, he hastily offered to match the lower price, on the condition that we wouldn’t tell the other passengers. As if they could understand anyway! :oP

After the ...

This just in...

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus

... permitted, but not guaranteed to go in overhead bins. This announcement is designed to encourage smaller sized carry-on bags. The journalist predicted that eventually smaller bags would be free and the traditional sizes will be charged, much like checking baggage, but cheaper and in the cabin. This could be a trend in other low cost carriers and will be interesting to watch. Reporting live from Russia, I'm Hunter ...

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