Hotel Savoy Moscow

Address: Rozhdestvenka Street/ 3/6, Bld. 1, Moscow, Central Russia, 109012, Russian Federation | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Arkhangelskoe Estate, Monument to Marshal Zhukov, Museum of History of Moscow, and Manezh Central Exhibition Hall.
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    Moscow, Russia

    A travel blog entry by sarahtim on Jun 22, 2015

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    After our early night the night before (in bed at 6pm) it got to 4am when we knew that we couldn't sleep anymore. The sun had already been up for almost an hour so we figured it was a great chance to get our people-free photos. So up and showered we left the hotel at about 5am in full daylight and found a 24hr cafe about 100m from the door of the …

    Suzdal, Vladimir to Moscow

    A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 03, 2015

    23 photos

    ... to visit let alone name a small peasant village but hey a miracle occurred there so... Suzdal is the centre of a very rich and unusual belt of black soil left by glacial movement. It is an isolated belt, surrounded by poorer land and for centuries has been the place for production of food. Cherries and all kinds of fruits - vodka was only introduced in the 19th century before that hard liquor came from fruit brandies especially -cereals, root crops and ...

    We Get Hopelessly Lost in Moscow...

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 12, 2015

    13 photos

    ... made at the next intersection - and as I felt comfortable with our choice, we should have known better. A few more decisions about our directions and we were really lost.

    The next hour or so was mega frustrating. We asked several people, and not surprisingly, many did not speak any English at all. A group of young men shook their heads sadly. One said "Ahh, you are very far away from the Pushkin. You should catch the train". The thought of that ...

    Homeward bound

    A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 15, 2014

    ... for example the coffee house chains, including the Russian ones, are about twice the price of the UK even out of the major tourist areas. There are some self service cafeterias that are a more reasonable price but they tended to be unobtrusive, just a discreet doorway. Wine in most places in the main areas was very dear about 10/12 a glass for the cheapest, and meal prices were similarly priced.

    Service tends to be leisurely, and it is practice ...

    Trans-Siberian/Mongolian; part one

    A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Sep 17, 2013

    15 photos

    ... on.
    Good job too, as let's just say the train was compact! A small
    corridor, passed the attendant’s room and free hot water container,
    and then along passed the cabins of four beds. When we first tried
    squeezing in with our large bags it felt tiny, but we quickly got
    ourselves sorted before any others joined us and it was actually an
    ok size. The cabin was two bottom seats which pulled down to beds,
    with a little table in the middle by ...