Kebur Palace Hotel

32 Ostozhenka ulitsa, Moscow, Central Russia, 119034, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Where'd All The Snow Go?

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


... a few hours to visit the preserved remains of Lenin. He’s not quite the draw he used to be and the mausoleum is now open just a few hours on a few mornings; the hours’ long wait of the past is now just a few minutes, the lines aren’t quite what they used to be!

But perhaps the most memorable experience during this visit to Moscow is an evening spent at the Bolshoi Theatre. We’d booked tickets months ago for ...

48 hours in Moscow...

A travel blog entry by philandmups


... night in an American dinner. Obvs. Day 2 and after sharing breakfast with FK Rostov (who later lost to Spartak Moscow 2-0) we set off to see to the Lenin Mausoleum which rather ironically has a McDonalds as the nearest food outlet. I'd like to say the entombed is a dead ringer for Lenin, but that would be distasteful... And so with bags packed, we're off to catch a train to Beijing. As you do. Network Rail, I hope you're taking note. Phil and Mups ...

Travelling East

A travel blog entry by johnnym


... the times on Russian tickets are Moscow time; the itinerary from the agency helpfully shows them in local time, too. There is already two hours between the two once you get to Yekaterinburg after 26hours or so. I printed the ticket-like things and itineraries they had sent me via email and relaxed. Luckily I then had time to read through the instructions last night; having chosen to receive ticket information electronically to save myself a trip to Real Russia's offices (or the ...

Yippee Ki Yay Mother Russia

A travel blog entry by kendracassels


... souvenir shops and cafes lining the picturesque street.

That evening was our reception at Novotel for those we had met with all week. The reception highlighted a cultural difference between India and Russia. Our reception in Bangalore was well attended and everyone who said they would come did, despite a downpour of rain. In contrast, nearly all the people we met with in Russia communicated their enthusiasm of the event and confirmed their attendance, ...

Putin's Moscow

A travel blog entry by captaindort


... you feel like you're journeying down into the city of the earth. And then you notice enormous statues and murals presenting Stalin, Lenin and various working people like religious figures. Chandeliers hang over the platforms, platforms with enormous dome-ceilings like you'd imagine inside a palace.

Over my three days in Moscow I spent a lot of time exploring the Metro system – although mainly because I was lost inside, travelling underground trying to work ...

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