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 …
... original white walls, fresco style, to match the red walls of the Kremlin. It is truly stunning! Inside was a real surprise. Instead of one large space, each dome and spire was its own little church. So the whole place was a maze of tiny rooms with icons and frescos. Quite difficult to manoeuvre around with a large group and other tourists.
After seeing the inside we had time to wander around Red Square a bit more, buy an ice cream, and plan to come back in our free ...
Just walking to a bank and my hostel the people here look hard. Like when you see an old war vet. Not necessarily scary, but their eyes tell a story. Maybe it's decades of communism still not warn off or it's in their DNA. The men look tough and most are about my height of 6'1". A big change from Asia. I saw a few people drunk on the street but hey, go to NYC and you'll see your fair share also.
Just from being lost ...
... in Moscow, we checked into our hotel, met our tour guide Josh and departed on our first walking tour of the surrounding area. The weather in Moscow, although 9 hours due south of St Petersburg, was surprisingly colder; the expansive plains around the city serve as a breeding ground for bone chilling winds. Surviving the winds, we saw several “stalin spire” buildings, which are these massive, incredibly ominous looking castles. Think a ...
... with his palm facing downward. He is reaching out to the city he founded metaphorically guiding it from the 18th Century to the modern day. This statue is a symbol of the city of Saint Petersburg, much in the same way that the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of the city of New York. The statue was commissioned by Catherine the Great, who continues to astound me with her political savvy. After unseating her husband and taking the throne, she worked to ensure that the people saw her ...