- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Eridan Aparthotel Moscow
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... finally coming up the rear a dozen men in golden mitres, some with crosses on. Opps and I stand up, me thinks we have the Patriarch of Moscow here and maybe the big boy of the Russian church. Lot more singing and off they all go in a procession with the congregation behind. Then this man shoves me down the steps (all OK a lady caught me) and starts conducting the bells in the bell tower which peel out as said priests process. Words fail ...
... was badly inflamed. Another three days and I was out.
The clinic and hospital seemed very modern and the rooms were nice. It was a bit difficult at times with the language but there were interpreters if necessary and I could use translate on my iPad for simple things with the nurses.
The food at the first clinic was excellent, steak, salmon fillet, nice fresh vegetable and fruit salads but the food at ...
... probably guess the ending to this story already. The pints in the bar we went to were 100 roubles each, which at the current exchange rate is about $2. The music wasn't to my taste but the people were friendly, I was having fun, and in true Russian style, we got on the Vodkas... and this is where it goes sideways... I'd been chatting to this gorgeous girl called Anastasia for most of the night, and she didn't speak a word of English, so the conversation was basic to say ...
Moscow is a very clean city. There are loads of litter pickers and bin men. They regularly empty the bins with a job with a bucket! Got slightly wet when the roads were being washed! Today we went to Red Square and the Kremlin and saw dead Lenin. I'm sure it's now just a wax ...
... was the Novodevichy Convent, founded in 1524 it's probably a nice place to enter, I however avoided it due the entrance fee. I walked around the walls to the nearby park where multiple wedding were having photo shoots in the hot and muggy Moscow morning. Adjacent to the Convent is one of the most famous cemeteries in Russia, Chekhov, Bulgakov among others are buried there, but the gravestones are amazing. Life size granite bodies, larger than life busts, and lifelike ...