Hotel Orekhovo

Address: Shipilovskiy Dr., 43/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 115551, Russian Federation | Hotel
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      Heading off

      A travel blog entry by altlast on Mar 25, 2015

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... circle and you go left, a lot of times that wasn't the case. It may be a circle when zoomed out but walking it didn't look like a circle at all. I also was lost bc my map is in English and the English doesn't look exactly like the Russian as in I didn't think it was transliterated. The last annoyance is that there were plenty of streets but difference types of roads like st. Or circle or boulevard. My lovely map translated them for me so I got lost. I also think there's ...

      Moscow, Russia

      A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 20, 2014

      3 comments, 87 photos

      ... including over 200 buildings set on 600 acres of park land, which celebrated both the triumphs of Soviet agriculture and the unbreakable brotherhood of the peoples of the USSR. It was a kind of giant Potemkin village, an Eden of Communism, graced with a huge statue of Stalin and the emblematic statue of the male worker and the female collective farmer that Vera Mukhina designed for ...

      Привет и

      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jun 18, 2014

      8 photos

      The Russian language uses the Cyrillic script meaning to most Roman alphabet users, the letters appear 'backwards' and totally illegible. A bit like my handwriting. The Cyrillic script, used by 12 different countries, is devised from Greek and an ancient script called Glagolithic by the Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century. (Don't embarrass yourself like I did after my 1st visit to Russia and tell everyone they use the 'Acrylic' alphabet!). The actual spoken Russian language is a ...

      From Moscow With Love

      A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on May 01, 2014

      3 comments, 45 photos

      ... see massive tower blocks and small villages with basic wooden houses and we haven't been disappointed yet. The train also arrived on time and we were met by a man with a card bearing Rick's. name. I speak no English he said but managed the odd phrase as he drove through the manic traffic to our hotel. We are now based in the outskirts of the city in a totally Russian hotel. It took 30 minutes to check in but we have a pleasant room with a view of a small park surrounded by ...

      The life of Moscow

      A travel blog entry by ollieandstephen on Oct 13, 2013

      5 comments, 30 photos

      ... viewed the eternal flame which is a memorial to the 30 million Russians who lost their life during the second world war. The Kremlin far exceeded our expectations, both in magnitude and its architectural beauty.
      The tour concluded after 6 hours of walking, standing and listening and so we decided to retrace our steps taking in the fresh but cold Russian air. On our route back we viewed a Stalin sky scraper 1 of 5 and some seriously large leaf blowers before ...