Hotel Warsaw

Leninskiy prospekt 2/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 119049, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Markets, Parks and Ice Cream

A travel blog entry by madanaki

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... gawk. Beautiful day, plenty of Moscovites soaking up the sunshine. Free wifi in the park, cool! Steve had a lie down while Mandy ate ice cream.

Trying to find our way out of the park to visit the statue of the first man in space, Yuri Gargarin. We got a bit lost and ended up walking through a construction site, with not a hard hat in sight... Escaped the park eventually and ...

Rainy Days in Moscow

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle

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... it was being televised. The game ended in a shoot-out, with the home team winning on the sixth shot.

Players are paid a lot considering the small venue sizes and ticket prices, which max out around $21. The league has 28 teams and the current salary cap is approximately $37 million per team, which can be waived for a player transferring directly from the NHL who is eligible to play on the Russian National team. Some players make as much as ...

Moscow - lost in translation

A travel blog entry by simonct

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... in case it is some sort of explosive device. Good safety measure but it doesn’t make you feel that safe.

Historical political propaganda is everywhere. Lenin is everywhere. There is almost no Stalin evidence as Khrushchev removed a lot of the Stalin memorials. Russia lost 30 million people in WW2 and they are very proud of thier victory (think lots of memorials with soldiers stamping on Nazi swastikas, etc.)

There is still a serious hangover from the ...

Moscow - day two

A travel blog entry by andreimunteanu

... was great- level 1 russian achieved. The view from up there was pri eless. Seeing the Moscow river, sparrow hills. Going back down was a whole other story. You had to get back on your feet and slowly climb down. While sitting wasnt a problem anymore. Lifting the big sss while legs are shiverring was a challange. Nice snd steady it all eneded fine. The adrenaline rush was insane. It lasted for the rest of the day. Passing the bridge, ...

The Final Stop - Moscow

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand

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... side we were face with the huge ГУМ (GUM; Gosudarstvenny Universalny Magazin) Russia’s first, and for a good while, only, department store; and another barricade. Soon the barricade was moved however, and the people waiting around the edges flooded onto the square. After working out where the ticket office might be, we headed across the square, down past the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, into the gardens that run along one side of the Kremlin. ...

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