Dostoevsky Apartment

Address: Dostoyevskogo ulitsa 1/21 ,bldg 1, apartment 42, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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Location

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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Travel Blogs from Moscow

A Walk with Svetlana - Absorbing Moscow City

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 11, 2015

42 photos

... and up to 100,000 Russians who had been kept captive in the Khanate released.The tsar celebrated his victory over Kazan by building several churches with oriental features, most famously St Basil's.

The astonishingly designed building comprises ornate and brightly coloured onion domes adorning a series of magnificently sculptured turrets. One theory is that the building was designed to resemble a flame of a bonfire rising into the sky. ...

Putin's Place

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Jul 25, 2014

3 comments, 90 photos

... became the site of various public ceremonies and proclamations including the very famous May Day parade that celebrates Russian military might (or at least enough military might to beat up on the neighbouring Ukraine). Perhaps more importantly, the Square was also the site of an outdoor KHL hockey game, and perhaps more important/painful than that, in 2013, Pyotr Pavlensky, a Russian performance artist, reportedly sat naked for an hour and a half on ...

A challenging day in Moscow

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 14, 2014

60 photos

... grammar is different between Russian and English language but you do expect addresses to be international. Not so, we spent another couple of hours tracking down what we thought was a street name, which seemed to match up with the location shown in the ‘Lonely Planet’ guide, but in fact it was a suburb.

To cut a long story short we obtained help from passers-by, a girl in a coffee shop who spoke English etc. before discovering that the address ...

Russian bureaucracy and dacha life

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jun 27, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... hell is going on, more people arrive asking 'кто после 76;ний' (who's last in line?). Russians don't queue like us Brits love to. You simply ask who's before you and you just have to remember. Whilst it seems disorganised it actually (kind of) works.

Eventually a man looking like an obese hamster will see to you (after you've fought with others trying ...

Days 34-38 Moscow

A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Sep 06, 2013

63 photos

Days 35 to 38 – Moscow

Our visit to Russia was supposed to include two stops; St Petersburg and Moscow. When we tried to check in for our flight to St Petersburg at Riga Airport we spent a good 45 minutes finding out that our flight had been cancelled. Not that day mind you, but some time ago. So long ago that nobody seemed to know the flight was ever offered. We were directed to a special customer service desk. Thankfully we had our confirmation ...

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