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TravelPod Member ReviewsArbat Hotel Moscow
Nice hotel, newly renovated. The staff was welcoming and pleasant, breakfast was delicious.
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... exorbitant figure so we decided to walk to the main road to see if we could get a cab. By this time it was snowing (lightly) and it was about -4C. As we walked out an SUV pulled up next to us and the driver said he'll take us to the Radisson for 500 Roubles (about SGD15, and about what we were told it would cost) - we decided to live dangerously, and got into the car (Moscow's Uber service). We were dropped off at the Radisson safely and weren't sold into slavery - we ...
... built BMWs and Mercedes to our old friend the Lada and Trabant. It is suicide to try and cross these roads hence why at every major intersection and junction there are networks of underpasses. At first we were both reluctant to using use a thoroughfare that can be associated with thugs and muggers and can also be a magnet for drunks and other undesirables you would rather want to avoid in a country where even the kindest works in Russian sound like their angry ...
... spend a dreary afternoon. The boat itself was quite large and contained a very nice restaurant with large windows that kept us warm and dry while taking in the sights. The city views were beautiful and the parks looked wonderful; we wished the weather were better as we would have spent some time exploring them. The ticket price was $30 each plus the cost of any food or beverages ordered. I think this would be a great first date.
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... cannons captured during the Napoleonic Wars are ranged alongside the Arsenal. Two of the most famous sites are near here, the first the Tsar Cannon which is one of the largest cannon's ever made; its bronze barrel is 5.34m long, weighs 4o tonnes & has a calibre of 890mm. Cast in 1586 it was intended to defend the Saviour Gate, but has never been fired in battle. Further ...
... walk from the subway we reached our three star hotel the Ibis Moscow Paveletskaya. Although only three star it is an excellent hotel & a good place to seek refuge when things get a bit busy.
On Saturday getting to the stadium seemed an ordeal. Having to do it another 18 times is not enticing. Although it was better than the evening session when we were already tired where we managed to take the ...