Na Kurskoy

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

The Tour Begins

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 22, 2014

8 photos

... a Sydney Optometrist. We were a little concerned that it may be a really quiet group but within 30 seconds, everyone was chatting like best buds!

Our guide, Olga, took us to a local Russian cuisine restaurant for dinner. There are going to be no more comments on the food... Suffice to say that we will both be very much looking forward to some fresh, well cooked food, which doesn't involve cabbage, beetroot or greasy meat and potato when we get back.


A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Sep 01, 2013

3 photos

... There were any many apple trees. It is a good year for apples and they were all laden with fruit. The monastery consisted of several Russian Orthodox churches and as it was Sunday there were services in progress. The services go on for several hours and people walk in and out all the time so this meant we were able to do this also. We were shown around by a monk and were told that during Communist times the buildings were used ...

Moscow in July

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Aug 09, 2013

1 comment, 52 photos

... of Red Square are stellar. The State Historical Museum at the North end was built in 1881, called neo-Russian (Russian Revivial) style. Moscow stuck with red brick construction when the rest of the world was moving on to concrete and steel. The Museum is one of the most elaborate.

The Kazan Cathedral at the NE corner was built and re-built by the Tsars, completed in 1636, and faithfully restored in 1932 by Moscow’s most prominent architect ...

Well, that escalated quickly

A travel blog entry by cjk2015 on Jul 14, 2013

... people have to resort to basically begging for money in a business setting because of extreme inflation. For those that do not know, 35 rubles equal $1. So, a shopping trip that would cost $300 in the United States would cost about 4000 rubles, or $110 in Russia.

I will close my blog with 8 unique facts about Russia that I have learned in the past 8 days.

1. The milk here is gross.

2. Air conditioning ...

How to enjoy Moscow on foot with a Greeter.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on May 18, 2013

5 comments, 11 photos

... time, so Maria took us, via the Metro, to her favourite family restaurant, buffet style not far from the Tretyakov Gallery on the south side of the river. So much food variety and very inexpensive - 630roubles for the 3 of us. Wendy had read about the Lovers Bridge close by, where there is a series of metal trees festooned with padlocks. We took an engraved lock to add to this enormous collection (1000s of padlocks)(photo ...