Central Park

Daev pereulot 25/29, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... but it wouldn't be long before I’d check my watch again then check the alarm. Only 2:20am. It feels like I have been in bed for ages.

At 5am, my alarm sounded. I sat on the side of the bed. Still blurry eyed and trying to suppress a yawn, I said to Roisin, 'I wonder what time it is back home’

'Probably the same time it is here’, came the reply. ‘We haven’t left the UK yet!!!’

Obviously my body ...


A travel blog entry by vickirutherford


... housing all sorts of artefacts from per- Cromwell British silverware to Faberge eggs. Red Square was also spectacular, but more difficult to get the real impression as stages and seating from last week's concert / tattoo were still taking up much of the square and photo opportunities were a bit limited. Less so with Saint Basil's Cathedral - the iconic picture usually associated with Moscow, of the colourful "onion" domes. Once we had figured out the subway, we headed ...

Watching the World Championships

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


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Last night I also enjoyed watching the Pole Vault Competition where there was a real surprise when the German,Raphael Holzdeppe defeated the favourite Renaud Lavillenie from France. A great competition.

For Australia Zoe Buckman has qualified third fastest for the semi-finals of the 1500m tonight and Julian Wruck is in the final of the Discus.

The best result though has been Valerie Adams from NZ winning her fourth World Championship in the shot put. ...

The Kremlin

A travel blog entry by louielou


... in there we headed further into the Kremlin to check out the impressive churches. First we went into Cathedral of Archangel Michael, where most of the Moscow monarchs are interred, including Ivan the Terrible. We also saw the other impressive churches, the Ivan the Great Belltower (which is unfortunately closed for renovations at the moment) and the Tsar bell (largest in the world) and Tsar cannon.

Unfortunately it was pretty freezing outside, we ...

To Russia with us!

A travel blog entry by doublejam


... are many decisions that must be made about the war in the Middle East and the War on Terror that are, or should be, at a certain level of secrecy. An example of this is the issue of prisoner abuse. In this event, there were some pictures that were released that suggest prisoner abuse. If, in fact, this were an issue, he needs to take care of it in a discreet way and bury the pictures and topic. An issue like this is one that can hurt the reputation of America and ...


This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near St. Basil's Cathedral (Pokrovsky Sobor), Arkhangelskoe Estate, Izmailovo Park, and Izmailovo Estate.
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