Danilovskaya Hotel

5 Starodanilovskiy, Moscow, Central Russia, 113191, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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    The Kremlin

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 23, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    Met the group at 9am in the lobby and we all trotted off to to Red Square to meet the local guide for the morning. Helen was an excellent guide with fantastic English and a great sense of humour. She filled our heads with fascinating facts and stories about Moscow's history and about the Kremlin and Red Square. Kremlin means "fortress" and Red just means beautiful!! Some old towns in Russia will have a ...

    In the beginning..,

    A travel blog entry by ollieandstephen on Oct 12, 2013

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... way towards Garfuncles for his cooked breakfast. Realizing that with only 9 minutes till the gate opens Ollie's dream of a full English was shattered and a speedy rush to the departures board was undertaken. We sat at gate 50 watching the sunrise before boarding our Airbus A319/320 which would take us a way from British soil. 4 hours later we touched down in Moscow and to an applause the cabin crew began to allow ...

    Moscow - lost in translation

    A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 30, 2013

    16 photos

    I am going to start this blog by saying that Moscow is possibly the most challenging city I have ever travelled in. I never figured it was going to be beach resorts and cocktails, but it has certainly opened my eyes.

    We flew in to Moscow's enormous Domodedovo airport. Clearing passport control was the first mission. And we already had a visa. If you’ve never applied for a Russian visa before, you’re in for a shock. We had to apply 2 months before, and fill out a ...

    Hotel and Airline Landscape

    A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jul 07, 2013

    18 photos

    ... where 70% would be great to get. Both of the hotels have more business than leisure travellers (80:20). This is also, because the leisure market is not as well developed as the business travel market. Most of leisure travellers are domestic travellers, even though St. Petersburg is a lot more attractive than Moscow, or travel in groups. Both hosts forecasted that the tourism industry is likely to diversify in Moscow and hence become more attractive ...

    Moscow > Kremlin, Red Square, Russian party

    A travel blog entry by ginaschauffer on Apr 27, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... middle (Barry is blown away by the latter). Service is odd, to say the least - we're the only table but have to sit for at least 10 minutes and then ask for menus before any one of the 5 staff pay us the slightest bit of attention. This is apparently standard in Moscow, but St Petersburg service is apparently totally different and a lot more Western in tone. On the other hand, the staff here are brilliant and caring ...