Danilovskaya Hotel

5 Starodanilovskiy, Moscow, Central Russia, 113191, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $112.00

Travel Blogs from Moscow

Mongolia - Land of the Eternal Blue Sky

A travel blog entry by siyaya


... 160;  Mongolia has had a difficult time since the break up of the Russian Federation in 1990 (in 1996 a non-communist democratic government was elected) but appears now to be on the up with a lot of infrastructure and building work on the go.   Some people even call Mongolia “Minegolia” as it is rich in copper, gold and coal.   But it’s basically a poor country and the people are still nomadic at heart.   The traffic in ...

Moscow - day 4

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... see what he means now. By happy, he means drinking lots of vodka, which is enough to make anyone happy. So, what Chekhov really means is 'people don’t know whether it’s winter or summer when they’re ******!!! Tell us something we don’t know! I don’t even know my own name when I’ve had a few!!!

We had to Checkov and checkout of our hotel by 12 noon so it was a leisurely start to what was going to be a very long day.

WC final day

A travel blog entry by johnnym


... man. "John", I said. "Michael", he replied, redundant-but-modestly. Although it was sad that the thing was over-I didn't feel I could show up at the party as a hanger on-that was one pretty cool last act, and I strolled back to the hostel trying to switch my head from 'end of adventure and no more chats with that lot' to 'new adventure and am I set?' Summary: 1:30:15, 17.66km, bye bye Moscow, bye bye commentary team, bye bye walking past elite athletes and saying 'excuse me' etc to Phil et ...

Jurassic Park

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... came to mean 'red' due to people's thirst for bright colour, during the long drab winter months. There we lined up for one of the strangest exhibits yet, Lenin's tomb. With security overboard your bag & camera are checked in to be collected later. You then enter this very dim hallway where it would be easy to fall down the stairs & the air is quite chilling just like ...

The 2 moscowteers

A travel blog entry by doglegtravels


... is in Cyrillic), the 2nd was we clearly weren't in central Moscow and the 3rd was "the magic phone"(IPhone) wasn't giving our position. We looked around and headed for the M in the distance. Once down the stairs we were greeted by an impressive looking station, statues, murals and marble carvings can be found in most Moscow stations. However after we stopped gawping we noticed even more hieroglyphs. After a few minutes deciphering ...

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