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Address: B.Gnezdnikovsky Side Street 10, Moscow, Central Russia, 119991, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Episode 11

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Aug 11, 2015

73 photos

... to it. It also has little niches around the sides that are used for drying clothes and boots. The domes of the churches are really pretty, the wood has turned silver with age and it glows in the sunlight, not that we had much of that. On this trip my lot have noticed that the Russians have finally twigged that there is money to be made selling souvenirs’ to tourists. This may have been around in Moscow and St Petersburg for a few years, we haven’t ...

Chasing tanks

A travel blog entry by jmayo on May 04, 2015

7 comments, 26 photos

... 100,000 people were running around trying to find a vantage point. There was nothing to see though! We ran around for an hour before we saw a street lined with tanks, so we stood with a group and waited, figuring they'd have to move at some point. An hour later there was honking and they turned the engines on! Finally! I started clapping...All. By. Myself. Apparently Russians are not easily excitable! I think about 10 people did a 2 sec "whoo" and that was that. ...

Day 4, Moscow and Sailing

A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 15, 2014

6 photos

Good Evening Dear Ladies...and Gentlemen- Today started out, as usual, bright and early. Today's was our last day in Moscow, and we got a tour of the Kremlin. While Putin denied my request for a meeting, the trip was pretty great. We boarded our busses at 9:30 and headed back to the city center to see the center of the Russian government. Our tour guide Ilya was pretty awesome, giving us uninhibited insights into the culture of Moscovites. Once we got inside the Kremlin, we were ...

Moscow - Isn't It Great!

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... parades in Red Square showing off the might of the USSR. I wondered then and still do now about the nuclear missiles on those trucks. Red Square is a large open area covered with smooth, black granite cobble stones. It is defined by the GUM on one side, part of the Kremlin wall and Lenin's tomb on the other, a large gate and the National Museum at one end and the iconic St. Basils's Cathedral at the other. Red Square is, as ...

Goodbye Moscow

A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jun 08, 2014

15 photos

... talk about food a lot in these blog posts so far!) The gate finally showed on the board with 30 minutes before departure so we went over to the gate. I started stressing about my carry on luggage again and casually held my bag away from clear view so it wouldn't stand out. Yet again they didn't look at our bags and I completely relaxed because this was the last flight for a while and the last time I have to travel with so much luggage so not so much stress during airport ...