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

Day 25 Moscow

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 25, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... at us and said 'Tea is black, not white!' and today when we were given a delightful pot of tea with the milk already in the pot. I think we should just stick to black tea!

After lunch we headed off on our own back to Red Square. We watched the Changing of the Guard at the Eternal Flame War Memorial. There was some very precise and serious goose-stepping, very impressive. We then walked all the way around the perimeter of the Kremlin, over two kilometres. It was ...

Where'd All The Snow Go?

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Mar 21, 2014

6 comments, 18 photos

... performance of the Lady of the Camelias, a three-plus hour extravaganza of classical Russian ballet in the Bolshoi’s main theatre. Even for non-ballet fans (I’m one) or complete ballet novices (like Kevin) this was an experience not to be missed. Just the setting and people-watching (presumably the “cream” of Moscow society!) was worth the price of the tickets.

Moscow is clearly a city still on its way up. The ...

Week 2

A travel blog entry by jackcondron on Sep 05, 2013

12 photos

... out of place, a very Polish place. We managed to find a campsite which was basic but had some great views.

The next day we headed to Oswiecim, the former location of a network Nazi concentration and extermination camps, where Birkenau and the more well known Auschwitz camps are now museums. We arrived with out incident and went for a tour, it was three hours with the time split between Auschwitz and Birkenau. Auschwitz was originally a Polish ...

Moscow

A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Sep 01, 2013

3 photos

... There were any many apple trees. It is a good year for apples and they were all laden with fruit. The monastery consisted of several Russian Orthodox churches and as it was Sunday there were services in progress. The services go on for several hours and people walk in and out all the time so this meant we were able to do this also. We were shown around by a monk and were told that during Communist times the buildings were used ...

Men of the Cloth and Women in White

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 16, 2013

13 photos

... the Cyrillic alphabet, it would be as easy to get around as London or Paris, and I could see myself living here. The only thing I would have to get used to is the pushing and line cutting. People push and don't say excuse me and they appear unable to form a line- instead just gathering around a ticket window in a mob and each pushing their way to the counter at the same time. Same goes at the museums. If you are standing looking at a piece if art, it's entirely ...

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