Gazprom Hotel

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

Episode 11

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Aug 11, 2015

73 photos

... map, we arrived in Penza. This is a big city that we can’t even find a mention of in the guide book, it has the usual run of gold dome churches but little else to offer from what we could see. So we made our way southward towards Saratov on the Volga. Now things really started to change, the countryside gradually became much dried and the trees more sparse and stunted, and the cereal crops were either being harvested or had been.We spent a couple of days ...

Chasing tanks

A travel blog entry by jmayo on May 04, 2015

7 comments, 26 photos

... to come get a number and then I did what she did. (Did I mention there's really not much English in Moscow? They'll have to add English to the subway signs soon, since the World Cup will be here...but for now it's very rare.) When it was my turn I did my best to explain to someone who spoke very little English what I was looking for (lots of miming)...and in the end I got the razors and made the cashier laugh. She kept repeating "pink ones" and giggling, like she ...

Red Square in the Rain

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Oct 12, 2014

8 photos

... penyet type of ayam penyet 2744kcal??�� On the walk back to the subway, we chanced upon a photography exhibition on the pedestrianised street. There were some lovely shots from around the world. I had to laugh as we stopped to peer at all the descriptions, as if we could read the Cyrillic. The journey back seemed shorter, I guess as we now knew the way. We were all exhausted after the hours of walking and all that was left to do was to shower and ...

Two days in one

A travel blog entry by kreynolds89 on Aug 26, 2014

6 comments, 17 photos

... and people. Red Square is completely taken over by rehearsals for a huge military tattoo which starts on Sunday for one week. If you like military bands then this is the place for you! I was entertained for an hour by some incredible horsemen. I visited the Armoury Museum today which was also very 'flashy': faberge eggs, diamond and gem encrusted objects from imperial times - incredible. I also visited Lenin's Mausoleum - weird. Oh yes, and I went to the ...


A travel blog entry by vickirutherford on Sep 09, 2013

8 photos

... open top bus tour to see a few extras. In amongst the mix of old Soviet concrete and modern condos, we saw at least 3 ( I think) of Stalin's 7 Sisters - huge skyscrapers built as hotels, government buildings, university etc - similar in style to , say, the Empire State Building. The Kremlin was a bit hit with everyone. Much bigger than i had expected and housing far more than the political buildings I had thought were the main focus. Cathedrals, offices, barracks and ...

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