Holiday Inn Moscow Vinogradovo

Dmitrovskoe Shosse, estate 171, Moscow, Central Russia, 127204, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa


... expensive is relative, particularly in Moscow, which must think of itself as the New York of Russia, because everything is expensive. First thing we did was to walk to where we could pick up our official Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Spectator Pass. We had registered online for this pass by including our passport information, a digital photo and ticket information. Everyone attending the Olympics needed a Spectator Pass and a ticket. Fortunately for us ...

Ligthning does strike twice.

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... it is one of the most stunning bits of architecture I have ever seen. We paid to go inside & sadly the inside does not inspire as much as the outside. There did not seem to be as in most churches a big room.


Challenge versus Potential

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre

... competition is noticed from online agents.

Again we thought it was difficult to get our visas for Russia, but compared to Russians, who need visa’s all over the world except for Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Ukraine and some other former USSR countries, it had been nothing. This actually explains why Turkey and Egypt are crowded with Russian leisure travellers. ATH told us, that there actually is a need for more visa ...

Last stop, Moscow

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann


... Hotel, we even paid 6 (300 rubles) for an "authentic" Russian folk tune which turned out to be a 1970’s pop song! Ahh well, it was the people rather than the restaurant or the food which made a good evening.

Day 2

The next morning we had free time in the morning so we decided to do the Lonely Planet walking tour as the one in St Petersburg had been such a success.

This tour started in Gorky Park, where I got to feed a red squirrel… ...

Kremlin and Red Square

A travel blog entry by yokojian


... churches and bells and grand buildings. Sort of tired of churches, I just went to visit two out of five. For a non-religious person, all the churches seemed the same. When visiting one of them, it happened that the English brochures were all taken away, only French and German ones left. The moment I found out how important language it is. I can't speak French, but reading wasn't a problem for me. How good I felt!

Till ...

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