Arthurs Village & Spa Hotel

Address: Fedoskinskoye, 1st km of Larevo-Lyskovo highway, build. 3-1, Moscow, Central Russia, 141052, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Fedoskinskoye, 1st km of Larevo-Lyskovo highway, build. 3-1, Moscow.
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Aboard the Trans Siberian Railway

A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment

Well the train journey wasn't that bad.
I was travelling Kupe - 2nd class, which is 4 people to a compartment.

There was a young Australian lad in my compartment who was on a world tour and on his way home via Vladivostock and Japan.
He was having a nervous breakdown as he thought he was going to miss the train and had difficulty finding the train station and train.
I think he had also ...

Hi...Is Mr. Putin Home?

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 09, 2014

8 photos

... to in Russia?" His name was Marat and he was a young Russian entrepreneur traveling to Moscow for a meeting. He was just starting up his embroidery business and was to meet up with an important potential client from the military the following day. Marat couldn't have been over 25 years old. I was impressed with his business savvy, which became clearer the more we conversed. A few hours passed by and it was time to get some sleep, or at least try anyway. I said goodnight ...

Plenty of Money About

A travel blog entry by johnlucas on Feb 28, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... 163;30 for a soup, a hot chocolate and two beef rolls but in fairness to the cafe the hot chocolate was the best Gill thinks she has ever had and everything else was very good so no complaints. It is a huge market, built 120 years ago as the main market in Moscow. In the communist era it was a state shop which only foreigners and party high ups could go to, now it is a shrine to capitalism and, as the picture shows, brides go there on their wedding day to pay homage ...

Day 6 - Moscow Day & Night

A travel blog entry by kimrichings on Aug 12, 2013

4 comments, 3 photos

... sussed it when we checked the train map by the ticket office but now stood on the platform with no sign resembling any the name we had seen upstairs we wondered up and down the platform hoping someone might take pity on us. But actually this is something we have now noticed, whilst Moscow seems to want us tourist it doesn't seem to want to provide any help notes or a helping hand.......beware! The only clue we had was the green dot which ...

Moscow - day two

A travel blog entry by andreimunteanu on Jul 19, 2013

It as day two of the beautiful stay in Moscow. Weather was expected to be good, lot of places left to visit, a great day stood right in front. With a slow but steady start, first was Kremlin on the list. It was pretty late already and at the Kremlin the waiting queue was hours long - no freaking way! So, not gonna go behind the walls, I can live with that! What's next? After passing by another great cathedral, we've gotten to Gorky park. ...