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Travel Blogs from Moscow
Ivan my guide turns up and first thing he informs is that there is a problem, it is MOSCOW DAY. The whole town is partying, Red Square and the Kremlin are out of bounds. Red Square because they are getting it ready for a rock concert that will be going on all afternoon and into the night. Finished off by AeroSmith and fireworks. This could be good I thinks.
Off we trot to see what we can in the ...
... all white with gold spires and domes. They were all beautiful inside. No photos allowed inside and there were monitors in each to ensure you didn't but Neville seems to have accidentally clicked the button a bit.
The Armoury Chamber is houses the tsars treasury and precious items including Faberge eggs. It also houses ambassadorial ...
... and indeed Moscow, saw the arrival of Greg, a 6'5" unit from Texas. I offered to show him around the city so we ventured out into the cold. We toured Red Square, the Kremlin, St. Basils Cathedral and GYM shopping centre, then headed to a Titty bar (sorry Mum) for some fajitas. After some drinks with the locals we went back to the hostel. I made sure I slept well because I had a 25 hour train journey, to Ekaterinburg, the next day... and I had no idea how rough it was about to ...
... in 17C to secure trade route Churches closed after Russian revolution Alexandra Nevsky Cathedral/ Monastery Smolny Cathedral pale blue & white. Church of the Saviour on the Spilt Blood (stop) Beautiful pink marble buildings Went inside St Issacs Cathedral Each column made from one solid piece malachite columns in green Lapis blue column Built 1818-1858 Went inside Peter & Paul ...
... think from photographs, nonetheless very impressive. The Mcdonalds and Sparro overlooking the west gate and bustling with patrons is somewhat of an irony, capitalist pigs. Red square and Saint Basils are amazing and obviously should be visited. From here we visited the Gulag museum up the street, again interesting and worth a visit. Returned to the apartment after dinner, planning to visit the Lenin mausoleum and the kremlin on the morrow.
Other places to stay in Moscow
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $114
1, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $118
1, Moscow | 3 star hotelfrom $84
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $133
Olympiyskiy Ave, 18/1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- Auch für westliches Standards ein ausgezeichnetes Hotel
- Excellent hotel by any western standard
- A Rip Off!
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $92
- Buen servicio y precio
- La segunda vez en este hotel- excelente como la primera vez- regresaré
- 2nd time at this hotel - Great like the first time - will go back
1, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $206
- Not bad for a business stay - great bar
- Nicht schlecht für Geschäftsreisen, tolle Bar
- City Space Bar - Top floor of the Swiss Hotel
1, Moscow | 1 star hotelfrom $71
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $178
Восточный административный округ, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $86
1, Moscow | 3 star hotelfrom $114
Kitai - Gorod, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $183
- El Metropol Moscú- Maravilloso
- Overpriced smoker's paradise
- La sabiduria de los antiguos hoteles
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $145
1, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $177
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $126
1, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $402
1, Moscow | 3 star hotelfrom $55
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $290
- Enjoyed my stay at Ukraina
- Good location but be forewarned of traffic
- A pretty average experience...
1, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $134
1, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $389
- Modern Moscow
- Slick & Modern but No Charm
- Great Facilities; Lousy Concierges
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $69
- An Unneeded Adventure
- DON'T stay here!!!
- Low below average
1, Moscow | 5 star hotelfrom $232
- Very (very!) unfriendy front desk staff
- Excellent Experience!
- Embarasses the Marriott name
1, Moscow | 4 star hotelfrom $179
1, Moscow | 3 star hotelfrom $54