Heliopark Empire Hotel

Address: 1-ya, Brestskaya 60/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 125047, Russian Federation | Hotel
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      Another item checked off from my bucket list

      A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... We then crossed the street and entered the huge GUM department store. Actually, it’s more like an indoor mall, filled with expensive boutiques and restaurants.

      In the Soviet days, GUM was reserved for Communist Party officials and important dignitaries. But now, it’s open to anyone who can afford its prices.

      Joyce and Marion had gone ahead, and were having tea at one of the restaurants.

      Alan and I ...

      Muscovite Highlights

      A travel blog entry by cwscott on Aug 19, 2014

      13 photos

      ... cameras and then acted slightly peeved when we didn't follow his advice. Still, without him we would have probably spent much longer in the various Kremlin museums and churches but with much less focus. The tour itself focused mainly on two parts of the Kremlin. The Armoury, which is actually a museum displaying artefacts from over one thousand years of royal rule in Russia, and the Cathedral Courtyard, which is surrounded by four onion-dome cathedrals. The ...

      Dinner with Lenin

      A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 14, 2014

      8 photos

      ... back to our hotel along some back streets lined with huge 18c style mansions which we presume are now offices or flats. After a wash and cool down off we go again to Kitay Gorod area. This is alongside St Basil's Cathedral at the end of Red Square. One of the houses is known as the Old English Court, this is a house given to an English merchant in the 1550s by Ivan the Terrible after one was shipwrecked near St Petersburg. The Tsar allowed them to trade ...

      Moscow Part II: The People

      A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... or driving 4 deep in black luxury sedans and Land Rovers all over town. As for the government and business sectors, well those two are not all that separate it turns out. First off, Russia is the largest producer of natural gas, second largest in liquid gas, and 6th in coal production in the world. I've also talked some with journalist students from Germany studying media here, and from what they've learned, if you're not connected ...

      Moscow - day 2

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 18, 2014

      2 comments, 54 photos

      ... perimeter of one of the most famous Squares in the World, Red Square. This was named neither because of the bloodshed that has occurred in these parts over the years nor because of the redbrick Kremlin wall that imposingly shadows the Square. It certainly has no ties or links with Communism. This square was named when Communism was just another difficult word to spell in Russian!! The Word Red (Russian: Krasnaya) also means pretty or beautiful.

      At one end of Red ...