Philipp Guest House

Address: Philippovsky Pereulok 18, Moscow, Central Russia, 119019, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Sergiev Posad

A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 21, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... would have been pleased to think I made a pilgrimage to his shrine. We then went outside the town to another place to see a cave monastery. It was here that learnt that cave monasteries are man made. Following the example of the desert monks of the early church in Egypt and Palestine who lived in natural caves the monks here dug their own many metres underground and lived in areas about 2 metres square. As other joined them, each digging their own, small underground ...

Moscow (population 12 million)

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 07, 2014

29 photos

... Russian government. Red Square is one of the most famous sites in Russia, if not the world, and was built by Ivan the Great in the 14th Century. A little about Red Square at:
http://www.history.com/topics/red-squar e

*Some pictures posted come from my visit to St. Basil's, Lenin's Mausoleum, Novodevichy Convent, and parks/monuments around the city the following day




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Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 17, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

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“Divvy”, she cried. “You’ve only tried to read the Play Station logo!!”.

We reached the ticket machine for the airport express train with my pride still hurting. The instructions were multi-lingual including, thank God, English. However, we seemed to have chosen a temperamental machine, as it didn’t want to take my money. It kept spitting it back out. I spent a good 10 minutes grappling with this; probably ...

Moscow

A travel blog entry by vickirutherford on Sep 09, 2013

8 photos

We'd been looking forward to Moscow for many reasons - no train for 3 days and 2 nights being one of them - so after we arrived on the early morning train, we lost no time in checking into our hotel (built for the 1980 Olympics and not seen much in the way of upgrading since!) and jumped on the subway straight into the city. Despite the size of the city, we found most things fairly close at hand - Red Square and the Kremlin to name only 2 - but still ventured out and about on ...

Treasures, History and Splendour.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 13, 2013

9 photos

... we were allowed to enter the Kremlin Palace, usually closed to the public. We were checked through security with our passports and a small group was only allowed in at a time. This palace was erected by Nicholas the 2nd to be the Royal home when they were in Moscow. It is now the Presidential Palace where ambassadors present credentials and medal ceremonies are conducted etc. The decoration within easily rivals Versailles with its richness and ornamentation. Each of ...