Gazprom Hotel

Address: 16 Nametkina 117420, Moscow, Central Russia, 117997, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Epilogue

A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Apr 02, 2015

3 comments

... belongs to Rick Steves) but I know a little. Actually, any advice I dole out will probably just be regurgitations of things I learned from Ricky Steve-o and his ragtag crew of european vagabonds.


Europe Superlatives:


Best meal: Ratatouille and tuna at Chez Janou in Paris (Wizner-Roschti at Restaurant Anker in Bern was a close second)

Best dessert: Nutella crepes at Cafe Martin in Paris

Best ...

2nd Act

A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 26, 2014

13 photos

... walked through Alexandrovsky garden which is outside the Kremlin. It was a beautiful area to walk through and we even managed to take one good selfie near the fountain.

We approached the gates to Red Square and walked past these beautiful buildings and statues only to be brought up short by a fence that was completely blocking our route into the square itself. Have no fear we were able to walk quite easily around the ...

Moscow Part III: Politics

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 25, 2014

30 photos

... the corrupt nature of capital city and how discouraging the state of affairs was politically. So much so, that he would never move back. But, with the ever so Russian attitude that life is better than it was, so what is there to really complain about? Right? I think this is the state of affairs for most people living in a place controlled by large, bureaucratic and basically rogue governments, who are accountable ...

I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 02, 2014

5 comments, 16 photos

... hurt from laughing. For lunch we were directed by the guide to try a particular Russian restaurant that caters better to tourists, they have menus in pretty much every language: Dutch, English, Swedish, French, Portuguese and on and on, the whole place is decked out in traditional Russian decorations, and the waiters and waitresses are dressed in traditional Russian outfits. When we arrived and they asked "What country are you from", to which we ...

A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 07, 2014

86 photos

... claret and playing Whist, at least not with their clothes on. Next morning after breakfast we walked to Red Square, which had an ice rink built on it for the winter. It is hard to take in the beauty and power of the place; the Kremlin wall, Lenin's tomb, St Basil's Church, even the impressive GUM department store, with an ice rink right there. I'm sure Lenin has been spinning in his grave over many things over the years and this would be only one of ...

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