Baikal Hotel

Sel'skokhozyaystvennaya ulitsa, 15/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 129226, Russian Federation | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow

A travel blog entry by guytang

8

... degrees and snowing probably didn't help! Anyway I brought some souvenirs, took a few snaps (of the old soviet concrete housing) and also found my next activity. I have heard that Moscow has some of the worlds most amazing metro stations and it had completely slipped my mind to visit them, until I saw it on a postcard. I sneakily took a picture of the locations (on the postcard) and then whipped out my metro map and mapped out a route for my metro ...

Red Square, The Kremlin then on to Siberia

A travel blog entry by almightyg73

1
9

... would have the same effect when said!) Although the Kremlin is a mighty size Red Square is a little of a disappointment as it runs down the shorter side of the Kremlin, I was expecting something much bigger but it was hard to get the full feel of the place as they had a lot of it closed off with barriers whilst erecting a stage of some sorts for some upcoming event. At the far end of Red Square sits the famous Pokrovsky Cathederal, better known as Saint Basil's Cathedral. It ...

Red Square Moscow

A travel blog entry by 2swiss

7

... land a plane there.

Lenin was off during the two days we were in town, but who cares about taxidermy anyway?

The ex-Soviet consumers' paradise GUM is next to the Red Square. A brief visit revealed that it looks just like another mall with international labels.

In two days we managed to cover central Moscow and the upper left quadrant to the first ring road. We even found the entrance to the ...

See ya, Moscow!

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus

On the last day we went on a free walking tour all over Moscow. I had a really good time. I am a history buff, so not only seeing the buildings, but hearing their stories was great. It was interesting to hear about buildings that use to stand and were magnificent, but were destroyed by the government to make something new. My experience in Russia has ...

52 Perm -Moscow

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters

29

... driver picked me up, however, I heard he was playing Turkish music. When I asked if he was Turkish he said “Da”, (Yes). I immediately started a conversation in Turkish and then found out that he wasn’t Turkish but just liked Turkish music. Ok, so not much said while driving during the 30 minutes to my home-stay address. Perhaps better so as the view of the city took my breath away. Not at all what ...

       

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