Dostoevsky Apartment

Address: Dostoyevskogo ulitsa 1/21 ,bldg 1, apartment 42, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Central Armed Forces Museum, Polytechnical Museum, ESPA at Ritz-Carlton, and Church of the Great Ascension.
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Day 6

A travel blog entry by corkgirllost on Aug 10, 2015

... of how jumpy the train can be. The last few days have gone by quiet quickly. I've survived almost a week with no Facebook and no TV and it was easier than I thought. I have missed not talking to my family and friends and I'm looking forward to catching up with them.. My train is coming to a stop. I'll never forget my week on the Trans Mongolian Railway. Moscow here I come and I'm excited for what's ahead. The train stops, I grab my bag and I'm ...


A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 30, 2014

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... Senate, where The Russian president has his offices. In search of lunch we headed across the Moscow river (mostly so that I could get a photo of the Kremlin Palace and its Cathedrals from the bridge), also crossing the Voodootvodny canal on a bridge that had metal trees covered in love locks. After a yummy lunch in a restaurant with no Russian menu but very friendly staff and a useful app on the iPhone that translates Russian into English, we headed back on the metro so see ...

Eee By GUM

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 09, 2014

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... mercy and Maria let us go and have a coffee before heading back to the hotel :-)

After a rest we were able to stagger out to find somewhere to eat, couldn't find the one we were looking for so had a very nice meal at a cafe in GUM watching the fashionable shoppers and the less fashionable tourists wander by.

A walk back to the hotel via the underpass, no way we were going to tackle crossing the road, and another well earned ...

Hi...Is Mr. Putin Home?

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 09, 2014

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... neither. Since it's located immediately adjacent to Red Square, we easily navigated the Metro to get there. That ease was quickly squashed upon arriving and trying to buy a ticket to go inside. We were directed and redirected to various spots by unfriendly (bordering on angry) staff about a half dozen times before finally finding the poorly marked ticket office ourselves. Once inside, we walked passed a very official-looking, gray building. Compared to yesterday at ...

Welcome to Russia Comrades

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on May 20, 2014

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... t expecting too much to be honest, as we had only ever really seen this part of our trip as a place to jump on the train to Beijing. However what we have seen, has been quite impressive - St Basils cathedral is immediately eye catching, popping up in the middle of the city with it's brightly coloured domes and unique architecture. Red square was unfortunately covered in some building works and Lenin's mausoleum was closed so that was a bit disappointing. We never ventured into ...

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