Address: Pyatnitskoye Hwy., 18, Moscow, Central Russia, 125464, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Golden domes

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on May 22, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... I understand it! A friend (you know who you are!) said before we left, that St Petersburg is the most beautiful city he'd ever been too, but I think I found Tallinn more attractive. It might be influenced by the weather, as it was cold and wet for much of our time there. Highlights were the Museum of Political History, finding, and eating from, a kiosk selling buckwheat pancakes and having ...

Red Square in the Rain

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Oct 12, 2014

8 photos

... quite prominently on the menu - I wasn't complaining. As this would be our only free day, we decided to go to Red Square. We (eventually, after walking half an hour in a light drizzle) found the subway station. Sign language and pointing was the order of the day...if we got that far - more often when we stopped to ask for directions, we got a "No English" - and no help. Once though, as we pored over the subway map, trying to decipher station names (our Cyrillic ...

Moscow a city to fall in love with ...

A travel blog entry by keasmith on Mar 14, 2014

26 photos

... sleet started, the park is full of cafés so we dived in one and ordered some snacks and drinks it was so nice to rest our feet. We shared a very 'Russian' mushroom pizza. Waking back out into the park we headed across a pedestrian bridge. A glass triangle roof with yellow frame work. Two gentlemen where sat with there iPod Dock. Children walking with there parents. We headed to Fruzenskaya tube above was shops and a supermarket. The supermarket security ...

WC day 4

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 13, 2013

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... and the heptathlon javelin throw going on for action left, right and centre. Rumours that US high jumper Erik Kynard plans to call his son Far are unconfirmed. The evening session was packed with finals, though spotting a male Spanish discus thrower called Jennifer in the final nearly topped it all. Is there a Spanish Johnny Cash? The Russian walkers' gold and silver got a huge cheer, but that for Sergey Bubka, presenting the pole vault ...

Tour of the Kremlin

A travel blog entry by marandbob on Jul 14, 2013

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... before because they always had free apartments and free healthcare and today the older people have a very little pension and after working their entire life they really are very poor. The young people, of course, love it.

Today we had a tour of the Kremlin. We always thought it was simiar to the Pentagon. Kremlin means fortress with the majority of the area being outside and, unfortunately, it rained for the first time the entire trip. The ...