Borodino Hotel

Address: Rusakovskaya St 13 bld 5, Moscow, Central Russia, 107140, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Moscow

      Naive expectations and 'wish theft' in Moscow

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      So i think it is fair to say that, despite our wish to be considered well travelled and open minded individuals, Helen and I both flew in to Moscow for the first leg of our trip back to Australia with several preconceptions of what we could expect in Russia. One week in, and it is equally fair to say that Russia has dramatically defied these …


      A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Apr 02, 2015


      ... to europe. No biggie. As long as I didn't get injured at all during my time in europe I would've been fine. Took a gamble and it paid off. Dunno why Obama is trying to get us all healthcare; it's clearly not necessary.

      I think I learned stuff and grew as a person on the trip. Hard to quantify. I think I may have grown socially, as was to be expected by forcing myself to talk to people. Usually I am more introverted and never really ...

      Oh Art Where Art Thou?

      A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 27, 2014

      2 photos

      ... I have under appreciated the beauty behind painting in oil and that classic Russian paintings are wholly different and beautiful in their own right compared to their other European cousins.

      After we left the gallery my tummy demanded to be fed dinner so we went for a walk around the area until we happened upon a “cafe” called Okie Dokie. The decor was very cute half of the cafe looked like an old kitchen and th other half ...

      Moscow Part III: Politics

      A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 25, 2014

      30 photos

      ... nearly 79 years of totalitarian rule, and fell into chaos politically and economically. From what I’ve gathered, it was the Wild West mixed with the Great Depression, leaving those with military connections, and those in organized crime to run the country’s affairs. Once Putin came into office in 2000, Russia became much more stable in both regards, and started to reestablish itself as a world presence. ...

      A brothel and metro stations

      A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 07, 2014

      86 photos

      ... Irkutsk were not e-tickets, but vouchers which had to be redeemed for printed train tickets at any Russian Rail station. Since we had a couple of hours before our train I thought I'd get these tickets. Russia is not easy. Not for Russians and certainly not for non-Russian speaking or reading tourists, although we were getting better at reading Cyrillic. We had to if we wanted to find a toilet. Anyway, the woman at the Russian Rail service centre directed me ...