Heliopark Empire Hotel

1-ya, Brestskaya 60/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 125047, Russian Federation | Hotel
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A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa


... were moving at glacial speed. I thought, no way. Even if I got anywhere near the head of the queue before we had to leave I'm sure the ticket window people wouldn't speak English. There were some electronic kiosks along the wall, presumably for ticketing, but they were all in Cyrillic and my reading of Cyrillic had not progressed in three days much beyond toilet, gents and ladies. So, feeling defeated I returned to Cath who was waiting with our bags near ...

St Petersberg to Moscow

A travel blog entry by cherylclo


... pavilions were being built. Thankfully we are a week early as we would not have been able to visit places if we were here next week. Early afternoon we travelled back by road to St Petersburg to board the train to Moscow. It is a very comfortable train and as we were hungry we immediately made for the Buffett to get a very late lunch. I had Russian salad and a small bottle of French C******nay (which ...

Challenge versus Potential

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre

... months – obviously this heavily puts them at high risk due to limited cash flow. Apparently negotiating payment terms in Russia is a major topic in tenders here. Third, productivity is lower compared to other markets, because of the enormous administration (e.g. each transactions needs for papers), there are numerous channels which are used to get the information (e.g. GDS, often TAs/TMCs have up to five and will compare them in order ...

Last stop, Moscow

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann


... of tourists, and some of the best Russian posing that we had seen so far on the trip.

By this stage the group had bonded and had started to take the **** out of the tour guide and her red flag. I am not sure whether she particularly liked the ribbing… or us doing Russian poses.

We stopped to watch the changing of the guards at the Eternal Flame commemorating WWII. Olga told us that they specially choose the guards from the Presidential elite who ...

Kremlin and Red Square

A travel blog entry by yokojian


The second day in Moscow was exciting. I was gonna to the Kremlin and Red Square, probably the most famous place in Moscow. My only impression on Red Square was from the "Mission Impossible III" and its reputation of the second largest square in the world. As for Kremlin, too much association with the Russian government. To see them with my own eyes, that would be great!

I started my day early and it turned out to be the ...

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