Holiday Inn Moscow-Simonovsky

Address: Simonovsky val, 2, Moscow, Central Russia, 115088, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
 
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      Must go to Moscow

      A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Jul 29, 2014

      19 photos

      ... that we found our hostel because it is in one of the most concealed spots that I have ever seen a hostel. We were loitering in the street where we thought it should be, scratching our heads, when luckily, a Russian man who looked like he was doing his daily commute home stopped (obviously recognising us as tourists with rucksacks on) and told us that to get to the hostel you need to walk through a gated archway into a courtyard and through an unmarked door in the corner. ...

      Markets, Parks and Ice Cream

      A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 21, 2014

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... cheap cheap, nom nom nom!

      One stop back on the Metro and we found the actual market we were looking for. Very quiet on a weekday, but plenty of babushka dolls for sale. Steve, ever keen to try the street food, had some hideous fatty pork on a skewer and paid about $15 for the privilege. Mandy declined as she has far higher standards than Steve.

      Travelled out to Gorky Park ...

      Rainy Days in Moscow

      A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 13, 2013

      1 comment, 53 photos

      ... on the AeroExpress train destined for central Moscow, which cost $10 each and took about 45 minutes. We realized Moscow isn't as tourist-friendly as St. Petersburg when trying to figure out the metro system. Only the Cyrillic alphabet is used and the stops do not display their names prominently. And it was busy! Moscow's metro system is the most heavily used in the world after Seoul's, transporting up to 9 million people a day. It's also one of the deepest ...

      Muscovite Blues

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 11, 2013

      ... guess that's because it is still the seat of the Russian government. Red square is also disappointing because they are currently setting up massive stadium seating in the middle of it for I think an international military tattoo. So the views of St Basil's Cathedral, the State History Museum, the Kremlin walls and GUM department store are pretty much ruined. After grabbing a quick bite of pizza for a late lunch, I made my way to the State ...

      Rome, we have a problem....

      A travel blog entry by cjk2015 on Jul 11, 2013

      ... learned the tragic history of this Church. Apparently, numerous Russian soldiers died defending the Church from Napoleon and henceforth, the names of the departed are carved into the walls as eternal memorials to them. It gets worse. During Stalin's time, he had the Church demolished and made plans to build a 400 meter shrine to Lenin upon the ashes of this Cathedral. Work started, but then World War ...