Altai Hotel

Address: Botanicheskaya St., 41, Moscow, Central Russia, 127106, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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    Mockba, Ivan and more

    A travel blog entry by liznjohntravels on Apr 06, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... is thus often referred to as the 'Lord of the Rings' !  The massive statue standing on the banks of the river was originally intended to commemorate Columbus discovering the New World. The Portugese didn't want it, the Spanish didn't want it, the Americans didn't want it so it was sold to the Russians and who they told it was Peter the Great (because he liked boats !).  We have come across a range of people here..some ...

    Fashions and Fads in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by shannonk79 on Aug 05, 2014

    Also known as a drinking game I think to call "spot the manurse" (man purse) 1. High heels (even though there is cobblestone and in even streets 2. Smoking - of course 3. Man purses- they are everywhere 4. Dresses 5. Men in short sleeve dress shirts 6. Coloured pants 7. Proper vehicles (American sized) 8. Shaking hands with your friends as a greeting It's is very interesting ...

    Hi...Is Mr. Putin Home?

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 09, 2014

    8 photos

    ... Kolshelnikovs) who was out of town. It really was a generous offer, but first, we had to find the place. Mila had given us directions to her mother's apartment, where we would pick up the key to Anna's apartment. Then, from Mila's mother's apartment, we would follow further directions to Anna's apartment. Confused? You don't know the half of it. Oh...I forgot to mention a couple things. All the street signs were in Cyrillic. Also, buildings in Moscow typically have ...

    Kremlin- Arms and Diamonds

    A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 17, 2013

    10 photos

    ... a river, and yes, they were large enough to trip over). The royal crown, orb and scepter are incredible; the scepter is known much more so for holding the Orlov Diamond, a 190 carat Diamond given to Catherine by her lover in an attempt to win her back. It didn't work, but she kept the Diamond anyway. It's so big I had a hard time believing that it was a Diamond and not a chunk of glass. There was also modern necklaces, earrings and broaches, made by ...

    Moscow then back to St. Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by suetrevsal on Aug 09, 2013

    17 photos

    ... station to catch our train. There was a last minute hiccup when Trev realised we had dispensed with all our Roubles and the taxi driver would only take Roubles however after signing his life away at the bank Trev had sufficient Roubles to pay the taxi driver.

    We arrived at the station on time and despite not understanding the language managed to locate the correct platform then waited with the milling crowd to board the train. On a scale of 1 to 10 ...