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

A travel blog entry by belbrown on Oct 01, 2014

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... check in. After traveling weeks ago in Beijing I forgot how pushy, rude and inconsiderate Chinese people are. They queue is not in any kind of order. Then we get to the check in counter and it's worse. I get to the front of the line and an entire family try and cut in, I had to tell them no and the only word they knew was no. Then off to immigration and it happens again, these lines ...

Moscow Part II: The People

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 11, 2014

26 photos

... on these resources themselves, and the Russian wealth created by these sales result in a large market for goods produced in NATO nations? Including warships, sold by France to Russia, that, in some likelihood could be turned against the French or their allies if this situation over the Ukraine results in widespread armed conflct.

*Moscow Times article discussing this topic ...

Moscow - day 2

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 18, 2014

2 comments, 54 photos

... a very nice man but to be fair, 3 Russian monarch’s that spring to mind are Catharine the Great, Peter the Great. There was even an Ivan the Great yet they name this guy Ivan the Terrible. Perhaps he got this nickname due to the terrible taste he had in design!! Take St. Basil’s cathedral for example, it doesn’t exactly blend in with the rest of the décor! It doesn’t even blend in with itself!! Since when did the a green and red chequered onion dome match a ...

Trans-Siberian/Mongolian; part one

A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Sep 17, 2013

15 photos

... well, with the soup type stuff we had working
in the plastic bowls we had. SPORKS worked brilliantly too for this;
as well as snacks like crisps, crackers, tinned fruit, chocolate.
Another failure though, apart from the porridge was our 'couscous'.
Turns out was like a stock that was undrinkable! Avoid!

The russians obviously use this train a lot as all ten of them
(ver the course of our three day trip on and off in our cabin) seemed

Moscow, Russia

A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Aug 27, 2013

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... trip was into Saint Basil's Cathedral. Inside it was very different to any church we had yet seen in Europe. Firstly it was Russian Orthodox but it didn't have any of the imposing might that the ore churches seemed to have. There was no imposing marble and the beautiful artwork was lighter and more fun looking than the style of the serious and dark roman churches. For instance the inside of Saint Basil's was covered in different flowers, reds, blues and oranges and ...