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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Day 4, Moscow and Sailing

A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 15, 2014

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Good Evening Dear Ladies...and Gentlemen- Today started out, as usual, bright and early. Today's was our last day in Moscow, and we got a tour of the Kremlin. While Putin denied my request for a meeting, the trip was pretty great. We boarded our busses at 9:30 and headed back to the city center to see the center of the Russian government. Our tour guide Ilya was pretty awesome, giving us uninhibited insights into the culture of Moscovites. Once we got inside the Kremlin, we were ...

Muscovite Blues, Part II

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 12, 2013

... and they share my opinion of Moscow too, which made me feel better. The have been coming here for years and they said that compared to St Petersburg, Moscow is going backwards in regards to making it easy for tourists. I can't help but agree with them. We walked to Red square while we caught up on our respective travels and they told me just how much Moscow has changed in the years they've been coming here. I swear they should write a book. After a photo in front of ...

Moscow- Old and New

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 15, 2013

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... quick picture, but didn't want to get in trouble so I tried to be discreet.

The square is lovely and so familiar from New Year's Eve videos showing the square packed as they ring in the new year. Lenin's tomb, where he is preserved under glass and you can pay to see him (no, thank you), is on the south end of the square. The GUM department store, sort of a Russian equivalent of Herrod's, is on the north end. St. Basil's, probably the most famous church in Russia with ...

Wild Times in Moscow

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jul 04, 2013

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... and minutes felt like hours. Obviously we had to get to know Moscow traffic then - for a big part the highway was stop and go only. We were almost sure to miss our flight and so made various plans... a) how we get to Brasil, b) when we would get there and c) whether we could be become special agents for a night finding Edward at the Moscow airport... Lucky us, we made it just in time! Lesson learned: always check with your driver where he is taking you. So bom dia from Sao Paulo...


A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 21, 2013


... English in Moscow.

We ended up at the Koryo Restaurant, which is in fact in walking distance of our place. It was a lovely spot, quiet and attractive, and the food was really good. On the wall was a flat screen monitor showing some sort of North Korean musical production--guns and people in uniform singing. Then we saw a picture of a chorus, men in western tuxes and women in white native-seeming robes with a hefty blonde caucasian soloist ...