Moskva Hotel

Address: 2 Okhotnyy Ryad, Moscow, Central Russia, 103159, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Aboard the Trans Siberian Railway

A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment

... next leg. Anyway the two British lads got off at 11.15am. They'll be joining the next Rossiya in two days (I'm on the same train from Ekaterinburg so we might meet again. Tom (the Aussie) is on for another 3 days and 2 nights !!!!! Anyway 6 hours later and I was in Ekaterinburg. The first thing I noticed was that it was cold.......really cold. I made my way to the hostel which is on the 8th floor of an apartment building. It's really nice. So, that was Monday afternoon and ...

Day 26 Moscow

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 26, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... there were some). It is Russia's most precious artefacts - the Crown Jewels, thrones, carriages, costumes, gold and silver plate - a mind boggling collection of valuable shiny things!

We saw beautiful priests' garments woven with gold and silver thread, fresh water pearls and other valuable stones. We saw the coronation garments of Catherine the Great, as well as her wedding dress. She had a waist of 32 cm. I don't think I could get ...

Moscow, Russia

A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Aug 27, 2013

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... Russian Exhibition Park that housed all these gigantic tributes to all things Russian. We walked through the park as it was getting dark and it was super impressive. We walked through some giant gates with big statues of workers on them - mostly people carrying grain. Once we walked down a bit further there was a huge bronze fountain with huge ladies all around showing the might of communism... Each had a huge bushel of wheat in their arms. If the fountain wasn't ...

Red Square

A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 27, 2013

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... statues of famous Russians, from Peter the Great to Solzhenitsyn. The quality of the luncheon meal and service matched the quality of the art-both are abysmal (in my opinion).

On to the enormous Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the largest church in Russia standing 100 meters high, and accommodating 10,000 people. Originally built to commemorate the victory over Napoleon, Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture accompanied the dedication. Stalin had ...

Happy 4th of July... From Moscow!

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus on Jul 04, 2013

... yet this fee goes directly to AeroFlot, the local, partly government owned airline. This extra money accounts for 30% of their revenue, which allows them to lower their prices below efficient operational costs. They can beat competitor costs and put routes almost anywhere. TransAero says that while this is frustrating and a large challenge, the only way they can compete is to differentiate. They do so by offering an elite ...