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

Suzdal, Vladimir to Moscow

A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 03, 2015

23 photos

... sliver and glittering and richly embroidered clothing sailing out behind him he marched from the monastery to the main cathedral in town to transfer the icon of the God-Loving village for its celebration day. Behind him came children, a flurry of other priests and many men and women. The traffic had to give way to them and it was interesting to watch. The God-loving village was given by Andrew the long arm and is unusual in that a noble like him ...

First Full Day in Russia

A travel blog entry by wandawagonettes on Jul 31, 2014

8 comments, 1 photo

... back to us! Generally smiling and saying spasiba (thank you) seems to work fine. Moscow has been by far the most dangerous and difficult city to drive in and the language and Cyrillic language barriers don't help! Trying to get round the city was not an enjoyable way to spend 4 hours for poor Wanda of Worthing but we are here now and have just had an amazing Uzbekistan meal. Looking forward to exploring ...

Hi...Is Mr. Putin Home?

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 09, 2014

8 photos

... be our home for the next few days. It was a really nice place. Compared to our horrid accomodations in St. Petersburg, it was a palace. It was not soon after we settled in that I received an email from my stepfather informing me that one of the family dogs, Mazie, was going to have to be euthanized. I was devastated. We had always been particularly close, Mazie and I. I was temporarily living with my mother and stepfather when they brought her home as a puppy nearly ...

Moscow museums and Gorky Park

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 11, 2014

10 photos

... one look fancier than the last. I spent a couple hours walking from one church to another and trying to stay out of the cold. When I finished in the Kremlin, I moved outside the walls and into the Red Square to visit St. Basil’s Cathedral.

St. Basil’s is definitely the strangest looking cathedral I’ve ever seen. I had read that it is much more impressive from the outside, and that the inside ...

Kremlin- Arms and Diamonds

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 17, 2013

10 photos

... hot sun and making that satisfying rustling sound that wind makes when passing around and through leaves. It was the late afternoon by then, so after enjoying 20 minutes or so in the secret garden, Osk and I headed back to the hotel to start packing.

We met back up with the girls for dinner at an outdoor Italian restaurant by our hotel. The service was not great, but the food was. Although we should have made it an early night because of ...