Holiday Inn Moscow-Simonovsky

2 Simonovsky Val, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow Part III: Politics

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 25, 2014

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... to prevent its population from having to use US based servers. Putin and other Russian leaders have said that the Internet is a means in which the CIA can spy on the world. Critics here say it will be one more measure to isolate the Russian people, monitor their activities, and censor free press. It’s amazing to see the impact of American technology, media, commercialism, and foreign policy from the perspective ...

A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 07, 2014

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... the street from the hotel. With a name like Noodle City and in Latin letters I'd thought they might speak some English. No way Jose! Not a word of English in sight or spoken. Not an Asian in sight either. The cook was Georgian or Azerbaijani and it became evident that Noodle City was predominantly a hang out for the help at the "men's clubs" in the area. No-neck Ivan was there and the Coca Cola drinks fridge had no coke in it, but it had chilled bottles ...

Moscow, Russia: Magical Moscow

A travel blog entry by samber on Sep 07, 2013

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... paper and there were only two toilets and two showers for the whole place. Ahh the joys of backpacking. At least it was a million times better than some of the places I stayed in India. Urrrgh bad times. So it was called the "Simba Hostel" although you wouldn't know that walking down the street as they have no sign. Really helpful when you've just been on a 6 hour train from St Petersburg with next to no leg room, navigated a metro ...

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 ...

Kremlin and Red Square

A travel blog entry by yokojian on Jun 15, 2013

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... feeling should be like in my mind. The moment you realized that you were integrated into it, you felt so grateful for what you had. The top of the Cathedral saw a good view of the whole Red Square too.

The day didn't finish yet. As usual, I took a long random walk starting from Red Square. You would never ever get lost near the Red Square. I went to the boulevard, had a great time walking down with an ice cream. Passed ...

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