Stavropolsky Proezd 3, Moscow, Central Russia, 109380, Russian Federation | Hotel
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A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa

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... Through pointing at pictures of something looking like Asian food on the walls I got two bowls of chicken in broth with noodles and greens for 400 rubles, or a little over A$6. It was actually quite good. I'm sure the cook and no-neck Ivan were still laughing about the funny Australian guy who couldn't speak Russian as I walked out. Next day we slept in, had a late breakfast then paid our respects to Chairman Lenin, and you don't dawdle in the tomb. You have ...


A travel blog entry by mek1


... of a Tom Collins. We were uncertain of the outcome of this venture. But, Dennis said it was one of the best Tom Collins he ever had and my vodka was quite good. We then ordered 5gms of Beluga caviar with accompaniments. That took almost 1 hour to arrive, but was very good. Then he ordered the Ritz Carlton burger and I ordered a Caesar salad. Those came about 5 minutes after we finished our caviar. Both ...

Ticket to Ride

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... that it was across the road which isn't as easy as it sounds as the road is very busy. Finally found an under pass & then had to go through the scanning process & apparently were on the wrong floor, & when you went to another floor you were also on the wrong floor. We finally reached our destination (The actual trip might be shorter?) & chose the smallest line that ended up taking the longest. Anticipating ...

Rushing through Russia

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel


... at a stranger on the street then you are unintelligent and simple. All I really remember from my border experience was going up to the Russian border patrol person and gingerly handing my passport whilst staring blankly in no particular direction. I must of been deemed smart enough to be let in, or so special they felt sorry for me, either way my dream came true and I spent 8 very thrilling, exhausting and adventurous days in this country. After the border experience and ...

52 Perm -Moscow

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters


... Perestroika had started in the early nineties. I went for a walk and ended up in a park, several km long; with the largest war memorial I have ever seen. At the end of the park is a memorial museum which I will put on my list for the next few days.
Tomorrow I will get picked up by the agent for a three hour (I believe) walking tour. I think that will mean around the red square. Great! I am looking forward to it.

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