Park Inn Sadu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn Sadu Moscow
Nice hotel, inexpensive and great location
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We entered Red Square through the imposing Resurrection (or Triumphal) Gate with its attractive twin red towers topped by green tent spires. After the 1917 Revolution, Stalin ordered the destruction of the original 1680 built gate because he claimed they were an impediment to parades and demonstrations held in Red Square. This exact replica was built in 1995.
Just beside the gate is the brightly decorated ...
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First, just a few words about yesterday which was our second tour with Rita Again it was an extremely well organised and executed tour but with a serious overload of information. We could not fault the guide on information quality. But for us this was a case of less may have been more. However, we booked a private guided tour of the art gallery and that is what we got. Were we satisfied? Yes, most definitely. Was it ...
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... the Hermitage. I spent hours last year trying to replicate the painting, a difficult task made more frustrating as every image of it reproduces the colors differently. To say that I was disappointed when it wasn't on display at the Hermitage would be an understatement; I was desolate.
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