Bol. Devyatinskiy pereolok, 9, Moscow, Central Russia, 121099, Russian Federation | Hotel
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2nd Act

A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 26, 2014

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So back to Red Square. I promised you I would continue our adventures for the day. Here is where we left off last time. Katerina, Egor and I had just left Russian Wonderland and had parted ways at the Metro station. Katerina and I then proceeded to do our second real touristy activity for the vacation Red Square.

As we walked along the street I am not going to lie I was pretty excited to see St. Basil's up close and ...

Moscow Part III: Politics

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 25, 2014

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... real threatening gestures were made, but the tension is there. My friends living here, say they hear that sort of thing all the time and just shrug it off.

A few more discussion starters from the more overly patriotic crowd are; “If we go to war do you think you can win?” “Do you know of the Russian Marines? They are stronger than your American Marines (this one I heard personally)” ...

A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 07, 2014

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... anyone who opposed them. Many other famous Russians are buried in this cemetery and Cath was interested in Anton Chekhov and Dimitri Shostakovich, both of whom we found as well as Nikita Khruschev and Boris Yeltsin. Cath got a location map of the famous dead at the kiosk at the entrance and the lady who ran the kiosk was a hoot chattering away at us in a hodgepodge of Russian, German and English. She was very passionate about the cemetery and where to ...


A travel blog entry by mek1 on Oct 05, 2013

2 comments, 9 photos

... of a Tom Collins. We were uncertain of the outcome of this venture. But, Dennis said it was one of the best Tom Collins he ever had and my vodka was quite good. We then ordered 5gms of Beluga caviar with accompaniments. That took almost 1 hour to arrive, but was very good. Then he ordered the Ritz Carlton burger and I ordered a Caesar salad. Those came about 5 minutes after we finished our caviar. Both ...

Muscovite Blues, Part II

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 12, 2013

... to see what books they had in English. Sadly their range mainly consisted of western imported books, rather than English translations of Russian books. I left empty-handed, but on the way back, I just came down the steps to the road underpass when just ahead of me I spotted Randy and Bob from St Petersburg!!! I couldn't believe it. I ran up to them and they were surprised as I was. What are the odds of running into someone randomly in a city of this size?? We chatted for ...