Address: Pyatnitskoye Hwy., 18, Moscow, Central Russia, 125464, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Preambles, Protocols & Parties

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Oct 16, 2014

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... as it was raining, cold and everyone was a bit brain dead.

Dumplings and pancakes feature prominently on Russian menus...with all manner if filling...cheese, meat, cabbage...brain - this last one was yummy - only 2 of us tried it.

Mineral water is ridiculously priced - a large bottle of sparkling water cost SGD30, and still, SGD20!!! We would've been better off with vodka!

Almost at the end of our stay, hope to see some of the sights on Saturday ...

Advance on Moscow

A travel blog entry by taffjones on Aug 02, 2014

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... biggest department store in Russia) and a bunch of other stuff. I have tons of pics, St. Basil's is especially photogenic and I must have a shot in every possible light condition and every possible angle. The Kremlin is the biggest one in Russia (Kremlin means fortress or castle and there are Kremlins in lots of cities). Inside it's a bit like a government building, bizarrely, with a couple of big office blocks and suited folk going from building to building. There ...

Tourists don't feel welcome in Russia's capital!

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma on Apr 14, 2014

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... we walked through a group of four male singers we're performing some traditional music. Their singing echoed right around the whole building and made our visit really special!

We then visited the Kremlin complex. Again, this was different to what I expected. The Kremlin is like a walled city. Once you get in (easier said than done!) there are lots of police and out of bounds areas. If you step over the wrong coloured line you ...

Trans-Siberian train! Moscow-Novosibirsk

A travel blog entry by ashliegash on Dec 04, 2013

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... on board.

Our second class four berth cabin was comfortable for two, but if anyone else was to get on, we would be pretty cramped.

After a nap for a few hours, we had dinner and enjoyed the view out of the window. Everything is under about 2" of snow and the silver birch trees are looking pretty majestic!
It got to about 11pm and everyone in our carriage seem to have gone to sleep, so we did too. It proved ...

Muscovite Blues, Part II

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 12, 2013

OK today was slightly better, although thats not saying much. I had bought some bread and bananas for breakfast from the shop last night, but it was only this morning that I discovered that the hostel didn't have a toaster! What the??? Surely any place that says it has a fully equipped kitchen would have a toaster? So I had to content myself with bread and butter and a banana for breakfast. Overall I can't say I particularly like this hostel. The staff never seem to ...