Levoberezhnaya St. 12, Moscow, Central Russia, 125475, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Moscow - day 4

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... are only portrayed in the movies, I mean a chambermaid!! You may laugh but during my last visit to the Russian capital in 1985 when it was the main city of the Soviet Socialist Republic, all hotel corridors were dimly lit with no more than a 5 watt bulb. The décor was a mixture or browns and greys. At the end of each corridor there was a desk and behind the desk sat an old lady. They were always old (or gave that impression from the hefty demeanour and dowdy ...

Gorky Park

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... lead when she entered the stadium as she stopped dead with still a lap to go thinking she had finished. She got going only to stop again with 200m to go. Realising her second mistake & panicking as her team- mate closed up & she won by just three seconds. You could argue that when she thought she had finished with 200m go that she started jogging so she should have been disqualified, but she definitely did ...


A travel blog entry by atw80-wre


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We passed by enormous housing complexes with twenty story buildings that reminded me of typical social housing of some parts in Berlin. These here were under worse condition though. The closer we came to the city centre, the nicer the buildings became – more decorated, more colourful. It made me smile, as it were the typical Russian colours for houses: rosé, light blue, mint etc. In Germany these colours are very rare and strongly related to Russia. ...

Arrival and Kremlin area

A travel blog entry by brian796


We landed in Moscow in mid-afternoon, gathered our luggage, and took the train and subway to get to the Zamoskvoreche district in Moscow. Less than a half mile from the subway station we found our apartment and got settled.

Although very tempting to crash in bed from exhaustion, we hit the streets and walked to the Kremlin walls, crossing the Moskva River at Bol Moskvoretskiy Most, passing St Basil's Cathedral and Saviour's Tower. Red Square was closed off for ...

To Mocow, the Kremlin, Red Square, and Beyond!

A travel blog entry by jginsburg


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On our first day in Moscow we had a city tour, which stopped in Red Square. The name “Red Square” has no connection to Russia’s communist past – rather it dates back to the 17th century when the Russian words for “beautiful” and “red” were interchangeable. The name was originally applied to St. Basil’s Cathedral and later used for the whole square. It was almost unreal to actually ...


This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU), Patriarch's Pond, and Peredelkino.
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