Gazprom Hotel

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

'mazing Moscow

A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Sep 27, 2014

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... which were ridiculously cheap but the highlight was a cafe where we went for tea and cake. I have no idea what the building was but it was ridiculously fancy inside. Even better, when we went to find the loo we wound up in an incredibly fancy dining hall like nowhere I've seen before... a little glimpse into how the mega rich live.

Overall we had a great time and all too soon we we had to board the train for the next leg of our adventure.



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Markets, Parks and Ice Cream

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 21, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... out in the burbs. Our Cyrillic reading is coming along nicely, and we found our way out on the Metro with a little bit of planning and good character recognition. Got a bum steer from the guide book, however, and instead of a tourist market found a Moscow version of Paddy's Markets. Steve almost bought yet another paisley shirt and we had the most delicious fresh bread for only a few ...

Day 10 - Make or Break in Moscow

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 09, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... left hand. Left hand?! I can't do anything with my left hand. Why do I need to be ambidextrous at knife throwing?! Arguably it helps with the technique as you have to concentrate so much more on your weak side. We start to be able to get the knife to the board with some level of consistency and then our instructor motions for us to be put our knives down. He walks us over to three axes in front of three bits of tree stump and starts smashing the axe overhand into the ...

Moscow - lost in translation

A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 30, 2013

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... The whole metro system in amazing. The trains are less than 1 minute frequency. They are huge. They accelerate and brake fast. It’s not like Japan where the metro feels super high efficiency but also controlled and orderly. The whole thing feels hectic, chaotic, and kind of out of control.

What really opened my eyes on the metro was taking a metro tour with Irina. The metro has some of the most beautiful stations in the world which were built by Stalin (mainly) as part ...

Hotel and Airline Landscape

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

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... market. Imagine you have bought a ticket from Moscow to London for 200 USD, 25h before departure you find a cheaper one – considering the law, you are more than welcome to buy the cheaper one and be fully reimbursed for the other – a nightmare for airlines.

We also learned that commissions are changing on a monthly basis and even among routes and booking classes. Therefore, every month, airlines send a four page document to the ...

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