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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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Oh Art Where Art Thou?

A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 27, 2014

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... to be honest with you here and tell you that even as a lover of art and a moderate artist myself I fully appreciate the talent, effort and skill that goes into these great pieces. Every piece in this gallery was made beautifully and captured so much life and energy in many of the pieces. The gallery exhibits art from famous Russian artists so the themes are fairly consistent and unlike many other galleries in Europe Tretyakov Gallery tries to capture ...

First night on the Train

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 13, 2014

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... he spoke some English and pointed out for us:

- Lifting the seats revealed storage for bags

· Above the door was storage for bags

· Each bunk has headrests that lift to become storage for small items

· Steps that unfold for the top bunks

· Light switches etc.

As we were getting sorted out the fourth person for our cabin arrived. She was a ...

Day Three: Lots of sights!!!!

A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 10, 2014

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... explored the Moscow Metro and some of its 250 stations. Although some of our group had problems counting the number of stops, we all made it to the right stations. We were impressed with the murals there.

We then ate a wonderful lunch and went to Red Square. We walked around St. Basil’s Cathedral (“the most beautiful wedding cake ...


A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Oct 24, 2013

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... everyone in the Post Office who is in line, still basically dressed like eskimos on account of the below freezing point windy weather, were looking at me like I had completely lost my mind. Two of them started cracking up and pointing, and the lady behind the counter who didn’t speak a word of English rubbed her arms in a deep concern. This is where I smiled, paid, and walked out, enduring the 2 minute walk back to the hotel thanks to my ...

Departed & Deported

A travel blog entry by theporters2013 on Aug 29, 2013


... handed our passports and deportation papers and we flew to Dusseldorf with relief!
So frustrating dealing with the Russian officials. Clearly, we didn't have the required visa, but it was very difficult to get any information & we were never sure that they understood what we said. Fortunately we were greeted in a very friendly way in Germany by an official who told us "You are welcome".

Since ...

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