Sokol Guesthouse and Hostel

71 Leningradskiy Prospekct, apt109, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
 

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Moscow (population 12 million)

A travel blog entry by brinndalton

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Welcome to Moscow or "Добро пожал 86;вать в Москв 91;." Combine the Russian alphabet (unprepared of course), on a little jet lag, in the 16th largest city in the world, and it's a little like walking into outer space. Thankfully I'm not color blind (the Moscow Metro is ...

Moscow - day 2

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... lived up to expectations and although this wasn’t the ‘Bolshoi experience’, Roisin and I both enjoyed our afternoon where we could sit down in the warm and be entertained for 8 each.

To enter the Kremlin a fee is attached. As we had Theatre tickets, we were admitted free of charge. As we left the Theatre, the Palace, whatever you want to call it, it would be a shame not to have a wander around the Kremlin Grounds.

The current president, ...

Made it to Moscow

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel

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... a little luck itself, I finally find my way to the metro. Once again, little English, but previous trips have taught me how metro systems work.

With the rain coming down hard, and fatigue and hunger setting in, I headed out to Izmailovo Park to explore some of the architecture and rows upon rows of souvenir stands in the market. The stands are a ...

A cultural day

A travel blog entry by mrsmac

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Friday was a rest day between the Congress and the start of the championships. Fletcher and I decided to revisit the Pushkin Museum which we had first seen in 1980. We remembered the great collection of Impressionist paintings and other great art that it contained.

We set out on the Metro and got off at Arbatskaya to retrace my steps of the other day. We eventually found the park which we saw was named after Gogol and walked down to the street. Following the signs we ...

Do Svidaniya Russia

A travel blog entry by rachel21601

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... are dropped off at the top of Arbat street, formerly a busy mercantile area, then chic, then bohemian, and now a place for tourists, with cafes and souvenir shops, all of which sell the same things. With Art Nouveau-style gas lamps lining the pedestrian thoroughfare, 'Moscow's Montmartre' looks charming from the top of the street. Close up though, it gets 'cheesier'. The cafes, including a McDonald's and a Hard Rock Cafe look dirty and the ...

Location

This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow Zoo, Nikulin Circus on Tsvetnoi Bulvar (Old), and VVC Exhibition Center (VDNKh).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Sokol Guesthouse and Hostel Moscow

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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