Holiday Inn Moscow-Simonovsky

Address: Simonovsky val, 2, Moscow, Central Russia, 115088, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
 
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      Day 4, Moscow and Sailing

      A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 15, 2014

      6 photos

      ... get a peek into how Russian government officials spend their days. New goal: work for the government when we move to Moscow. Ilya showed us two of the most important cathedrals in the square, the Archangel Cathedral, and the Dormition Cathedral. Most of the Tsars were baptized, married, and buried within this sect of cathedrals in the square. We got to see where Ivan the Terrible was coronated and buried. It was really interesting, and the perfect Russian history lesson. Fun ...

      Moscow - Day One

      A travel blog entry by scottnolt on Feb 21, 2014

      26 photos

      On our first day in Moscow we tried to get a pretty early start. We wanted to focus our first day on getting to as much around Red Square and the Kremlin as possible. We also had some curling and hockey games going on in the evening that we wanted to keep an eye out for.

      Our hotel was very convenient to downtown, being just a few blocks from Red Square, so we were able to walk down there in the morning. It was a ...

      Day 5 - Moscow sightseeing

      A travel blog entry by kimrichings on Aug 11, 2013

      4 comments, 3 photos

      ... they are far more fragrant than our subways and much less adorned with local art.

      As we approach the first station my stomach starts to cramp.........the thought of subway escalators......my worst nightmare. I psyche myself up and we head into the darkness......I know that's a bit dramatic but I thought I'd been a bit boring in today's blog. As we get further down we realise that we don't have metro tickets so can't get through the ...

      The Final Stop - Moscow

      A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jul 15, 2013

      72 photos

      ... dripping with spite. We get through the date, time and class of the train in quick succession; but the following question has our lad stumped. She is defiant as he struggles and fails to find the necessary words to convey it into English. She is triumphant, and we are defeated, the traumatised lad is apologetic. I wonder how he feels about the situation; I know that I would feel ashamed if I heard someone at a ticket office in the UK speaks to someone in such a ...

      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 ...