Kebur Palace Hotel

Address: Ostozhenka St., 32, Moscow, Central Russia, 119034, Russian Federation | Hotel
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    Out and about in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on Jun 20, 2015

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    Our intentions for Saturday were to visit the Kremlin, but when we arrived just before 10.00am the area around Red Square and the Kremlin was closed off. We looked through the Red Square gates and could see soldiers parading in the distance. Coffee at Macdonalds seemed a good idea while we waited to see what was happening. Macdonalds is just across from the tomb of the ...

    Moscow - Week 49.5

    A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Dec 17, 2014

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    ... and silver diplomatic gifts to Russia; some 17century ceremonial armour and weapons; stunning horse drawn carriages and sleighs; display cabinets with coronation gowns and wedding gowns for various tzarinas and quite a few crowns, mitres, sceptres, maces and orbs.....Having recently visited the Tower of London and with my expert eye for bling, I suspect what's on display in London pales into insignificance compared to this lot AND ...

    Fun and Games in Moscow by Day and Night

    A travel blog entry by jumplife on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... the first person we saw was Andrew, our guest star. Funny coincidence, really, so of course he had to be in our video :)

    The nightlife had to be explored too, so I, Mads, went to chesterfield bar to meet some local russians who had agreed to meet me there. When I arrived at the bar I noticed girls can drink for free, guys have to pay, that would not have worked in Denmark. So I met with two guys, they where really friendly and spoked english ...

    Priests, proletarians and the aroma of wet paint!!

    A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 11, 2014

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    Today we have a long drive of 80 km out to Sergiev Posad which is home to the most important Russian monastery The Trinity Lavra of St Sergius. Russian traffic is very heavy and it took over 2 hours to get there. We made one stop at the dacha (country house) of Antonin Mikhailovich a very sprightly 74 year old who was a soldier then worked in a plastics factory and he has decorated his house in traditional style but with off cuts ...


    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... tall but with a relatively small footprint & one was used for the crowning of the Tsars until the 1917 Revolution.

    As we came out the various units were displaying their skills & one band gave an incredible performance combining complex choreography & excellent playing, somewhat similar to the US marching bands. The whole parade was very impressive & it was clear that all the participants were enjoying the process in front ...