Holiday Inn Moscow Vinogradovo

Address: Dmitrovskoye Hwy, 171, Moscow, Central Russia, 127204, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow


    A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Apr 02, 2015


    ... of photos and videos to a photo sharing website, making sure they're all in the right order, and adding descriptions to all of them takes more than a few minutes.

    I uploaded most of my stuff to an album on my Flickr account. If you want to look at it, you may do so now. If you are a family member and want to wait until I get back to Minnesota in August and do a "picture night" type thing like people used to do with slides back in the ...

    2nd Act

    A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 26, 2014

    13 photos

    ... of the sort. So the monument was brought back to Moscow and Peter the Great replaced good old Chris. Apparently you can tell the statue was not originally designed for the ship because the era that Christopher Columbus lived in had different ship designs then those of Peter the Great. Whether this story is true or not is pretty irrelevant cause it is a funny story regardless.

    Now back to the walk. As the night began to ...

    Moscow Part III: Politics

    A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 25, 2014

    30 photos

    ... to prevent its population from having to use US based servers. Putin and other Russian leaders have said that the Internet is a means in which the CIA can spy on the world. Critics here say it will be one more measure to isolate the Russian people, monitor their activities, and censor free press. It’s amazing to see the impact of American technology, media, commercialism, and foreign policy from the perspective ...

    Click Clack Click Clack

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 01, 2014

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... online so they looked very different. Back to waiting. While I was off looking for other ways onto the platforms, a man came over, put his luggage with ours, said something to Jess in Russian, and left. Presumably something like "please look after my luggage". Someone who spoke a little English must have seen we were nervous tourists, so she came over and asked where we were from and what train we were on, looked at our tickets and so on. The man whose luggage we thought we were guarding ...

    A brothel and metro stations

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Feb 07, 2014

    86 photos

    ... the street from the hotel. With a name like Noodle City and in Latin letters I'd thought they might speak some English. No way Jose! Not a word of English in sight or spoken. Not an Asian in sight either. The cook was Georgian or Azerbaijani and it became evident that Noodle City was predominantly a hang out for the help at the "men's clubs" in the area. No-neck Ivan was there and the Coca Cola drinks fridge had no coke in it, but it had chilled bottles ...