Park Inn Sadu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn Sadu Moscow
Nice hotel, inexpensive and great location
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After another little train journey, I am in Moscow. It's pretty bloody awesome!! My hotel (Park Inn by Radisson, costing 140K loyalty points - only 2 million points left ) is about 20 minutes walk from red square. It's also virtually right next to the Tretyakov Art Gallery and a university campus which means lots of nice bars and …
After being unceremoniously dumped at one of many Moscow train stations, we managed to track down one of the underground Metro stations. DH saw this as another attempt by me to save a couple of dollars by using the Russian metro (which, admittedly, was only a dollar each), but Moscow is famous for it's decorated underground stations which served as both nuclear bomb shelters during the cold war and propaganda vehicles (this underground communist ...
... Consulate in Irkutsk many times during the day but no reply on any of their phone numbers. Seems like they were also on holiday! (Since found out that Mongolia had extended their annual "Naadam" holiday for an extra 3 days... as you do!)
Then up to our room for blog writing and TV watching. It is easy to forget where you are when there is BBC World News on the TV, English music on the radio and English T shirt slogans everywhere. Until you try to talk to ...
... admission tickets and both require standing in separate lines and timing it just right. Kendra saved the day by squeezing into the ticket booth line right when the Armory tickets went on sale and securing five tickets for us. They often sell out and we were lucky to get them when we did.
The Armory Museum showcases more than just weapons. It holds astounding artifacts of Russian history, from the carriages used and clothing worn by the czars, ...
... instead. Russian food is interesting. I think it's made for function rather than enjoyment! We have crammed a fair bit into our stay, we explored the Moscow metro stations, Gorky Park & Christ The Saviour Church. Pushkin Museum, Lenin's Tomb & the KGB building where traffic police stopped all traffic on a busy junction plus made all pedestrians stand still just because a car was on its way into the building?! I got in trouble ...