Heliopark Empire Hotel

1-ya, Brestskaya 60/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 125047, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the 1 area of Moscow.
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    Russian village life

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Aug 06, 2014

    17 photos

    ... stick). Another babushka, aged 90, told of the time when the Germans reached the village in WW2. A German soldier asked her for some plates but she misunderstood and thought he wanted veal so she took him to her cow to show that the cow hadn't given birth yet. He punched her in the face. A priceless story. But people here seen very happy, whilst I think they recognise society's shortcomings, for them it's every day life and many here just cannot ...

    Moscow the final days of the Trans-Siberian phase

    A travel blog entry by smkrem on Sep 06, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... her flights departure. But as it turned out she had no issues checking in and we said our goodbyes. My flight to Berlin was later in the day so I got to relax and do some duty free shopping - where I discovered that Baileys sells its products in 500ml plastic bottles - jackpot (wish I'd seen that at the Sydney International Airport). Anyway more Baileys and Hot Chocolate to come on the next phase of my world adventures. (06-07 Sep 13 week 9 of my training ...

    The Final Stop - Moscow

    A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jul 15, 2013

    72 photos

    ... a couple of ticket kiosks, each with two doors and higgledy piggeldy queues leading up to the two doors. We thought we might see the armoury that day, and the cathedrals/churches the following day. Naturally, the lady at the desk had other ideas! We knew already that to enter the armoury you had to go in at the time allocated on your ticket; what we didn’t know was that to go in at 11.15am you had to queue and buy your ticket at 10.30am – always 45mins before ...

    10 reasons why I love Russia

    A travel blog entry by jenflorido on Jun 13, 2013

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... food. There is a lot of beige and brown food in Russia, all usually available from the street vendors. Pancakes with cheese, dumplings, stroganoff and pastries, sweet or with frankfurters. Oh and salty porridge. I have a bit of a love hate relationship with the last one. We were served porridge in one of the hostels and I spat my first spoonful right out. The Russians like their porridge salty and once I got used ...

    Goodbye Europe!

    A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on May 26, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... to hear the sudden BANG BANG BANG on our cabin door late in the evening and to open the door to a burly, uniformed guardsman, carrying a large black rifle at his side and shouting Russian down the corridor (we have left the lands of fluent English speakers!). We assumed this was the passport check, so quickly handed over our documents but then, shortly afterwards (just when we had settled back down to relax) there was another BANG BANG BANG on the door as ...