Kebur Palace Hotel

Address: Ostozhenka St., 32, Moscow, Central Russia, 119034, Russian Federation | Hotel
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    Day 12 of tour. 8-6-15

    A travel blog entry by wazzyol on Jun 08, 2015

    9 photos

    ... helicopter now. Interesting bell that Catherine ordered but was too heavy (200 tons) to lift into any bell tower. But, she wanted the biggest.

    After regrouping we went on a tour called the Treasure Chest of the Imperial Russian Family in the Armory. Staggering collection of tsarist artifacts, crown jewels, jewel studded thrown, diplomatic gifts from around the world, clothing, carriages and 10 Faberge Eggs.

    Came home and then went out to Arbat Mall for dinner and a wonder.

    Must go to Moscow

    A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Jul 29, 2014

    19 photos

    ... hour and on the underground but we also had to try and fathom out how to understand most of the signs as they were written in Cyrillic. Alison will tell you more about this and the hostel. On our first day we didn't go to the main areas as it was very hot so we thought we would go for a walk by the river thinking it would be cooler... it wasn't. We did go past the "White House" the building where Vladmir Putin's office is. We knocked on but he wasn't in. Not far from ...

    A little about food in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by janterry on Jun 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... at the Arabican cafe, it was pretty bad. Think American diner twenty years ago, I ordered chicken kofta with salad but when it arrived we found it was coated In wheat so terry offered to swap. It looked like frozen chicken fillet, with a few frozen chips and minimal salad. Terry had ordered rice with chicken curry but it was warm rice, warm diced grilled chicken, warm curry sauce, cold chopped tomato and cucumber all piled up in layers. ...

    Tourists don't feel welcome in Russia's capital!

    A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma on Apr 14, 2014

    2 comments, 77 photos

    ... where English hasn't been the norm. In fact, surprisingly, so far ************e has spoken any English to us and the certainly aren't that many English signs or translations. This made navigating the metro particularly difficult. But somehow, Tom, with his internal compass managed to get us to where we needed to be after having bought metro tickets from a Russian machine - we hoped they were metro tickets!

    In general, it has ...

    Moscow parkrun

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 17, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... and you're there. There were signs to WCs around the park, but there are portaloos en route if you don't detour. There was a briefing, not sure what they said, but the run director-in a white parkrun t shirt, one of two I saw, maybe gifts, maybe reconstructions-had told me about the route, and it's a simple out and back, cones and a marshal showing the route. Like Poland, runners tend to shake everyone's hand before the start, and several spoke English for a brief ...