Central House Of Tourists Moscow

146 Leninskiy Prospekt, Moscow, Central Russia, 117526, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

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

... from Cambridge! Doing her course on Russian music in my second year is really what sparked my interest in the music from this part of the world. In my third year I then decided to write my dissertation focussing on Russian music and the same professor, Marina Frolova-Walker, supervised my dissertation. Our visit to Moscow and soon to St Petersburg, were organised around trips to major musical institutions, the Bolshoi Theatre (to ...

Rainy Days in Moscow

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 53 photos

... so we hopped on the metro and purchased tickets for $10 each at the stadium box office. The venue only held a crowd of 5,500, so every seat in the house is a good one. CSKA Moscow was playing a team from Riga, Latvia, and from my untrained eye, it seemed to lack the intensity of an NHL game. A couple boys from Canada played on both teams, as well as some former NHL players, such as Viktor Kozlov, former Calgary Flame Oleg "Streakin'" Saprykin, and Sandis ...

Muscovite Blues

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 11, 2013

... guess that's because it is still the seat of the Russian government. Red square is also disappointing because they are currently setting up massive stadium seating in the middle of it for I think an international military tattoo. So the views of St Basil's Cathedral, the State History Museum, the Kremlin walls and GUM department store are pretty much ruined. After grabbing a quick bite of pizza for a late lunch, I made my way to the State ...

Moscow - lost in translation

A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 30, 2013

16 photos

... experience. First of all, like most of Moscow, no signs at all are in English and they are all in the Cyrillic alphabet. This makes you learn Cyrillic fast. Secondly, ticketing machines are also not in English. The advice we were given was to buy tickets from the booth and try to communicate ticket requirements with hand signals. Riiight. So like all good soviet experiences, you have to get in a long queue, then speak to a gruff lady who you hope sells you the tickets. ...

The Final Stop - Moscow

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jul 15, 2013

72 photos

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The next hurdle was getting a ticket. When we were finally at the front of the queue, I bent down to say ‘hello’ to the crack under the glass. No sooner had the first syllable escaped my lips and you could see her face change. Each feature only altered a fraction, starting with a widening of the eyes and a lowering of the brows; however, the overall effect was quite dramatic. By the time the second syllable was out she was looking at me as though I had ...

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