Na Kurskoy

Furmanniy Pereulok 10, Moscow, Central Russia, 101000, Russian Federation | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow


A travel blog entry by cherylclo


... of the city. There were several limos parked there- people hire limos to drive round all evening and party inside. We stopped at a lake nicknamed Swan Lake and reputed to have inspired the ballet. We walked the short distance to the lake in the pouring rain. We then drove on to Red Square and again got out in the pouring rain and tried to get through to see St Basil's all lit up however the tattoo performances had commenced so we were not able to. Just as ...

Out and About

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... a babel of languages. Red Square is as impressive as ever. At the moment they are preparing for a huge Military Tattoo which is coming soon so a good portion is fenced off. However, the main buildings are still impressive.

By this time it was well after noon so lunch and a loo was needed. I went into the GUM department store which occupies one side of the square. I can remember this in 1980 being full of cheap market stalls selling shabby goods. Now it contains ...

Goin' Trans-Siberian!

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz


... us when we woke the next day - vast expanses of green crops and blue sky joined in the middle by huge rugged mountains! By late morning the train swung eastwards and we travellled with the Great Wall snaking along the hillside parallel to the tracks. The finale was for the train to work its way among some of the most spectacular scenery of the whole journey- huge valleys and mountains covered in greenery, punctuated with rocky tunnels and a river ...

Our Menu Adventure

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty


... something about a choice of flavors there, and that was definitely beyond us. The strudel offered choices, but one was apple, and we remembered the word for apple.

So everything was great, if pricey and overly cholesterol laden. And we were pretty proud of ourselves and our sense of adventure. Of course, it involved food, a point dear to the hearts of many who read this blog.

We've been trying ...

Toured the Kremlin

A travel blog entry by dickerson


... pull. There were also children's carriages that were drawn by ponies led by midgets for parity of the image created. The royal gifts were beautiful; silver and gold crafted sculptures, and religious themes pieces, as well as chalices and bowls of solid gold or silver hammered from very large individual nuggets. Incredible wealth and beauty and marvels of craftsmanship. But as impressed as I was ...