Hotel Park Place

Leninskiy prospekt, 113/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 117198, Russian Federation | Hotel
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A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa


... Art was hosting an exhibition titled 'the Beauty of Success - Soviet Sport' for which they also arranged copies of the main paintings and took these with some originals to other regional locations. The main features were in the GUM store - beautiful artworks with some of my favourites being cross country skiing - naturally - and a simply divine range of original ceramics from the Leningrad porcelain factory from the 1920s all held in a private collection. ...

Ligthning does strike twice.

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... aggravate me when the police who look more like military stop someone on the street & asks for their passport. Makes you pleased to be a New Zealander. It hasn't happened to me but it happened to Ian when I was with him. He said it was back at the hotel & showed him his ticket for the World Champs which seem to appease him. Maybe he thought Ian was competing. Obviously also the reason he did not ask ...

Last stop, Moscow

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann


... the Kremlin. Apparently there used to be 50 odd churches in Kremlin but a lot were destroyed in the Soviet era. The main ones which are left were the Tsar’s coronation church and the burial church of the tsars (pre Peter the Great). Neither of the churches were as spectacular as St Isaac’s or Spilled Blood in St Petersburg, but these were a lot older and not rebuilt, so I guess more authentic. They were a lot darker and moodier and all painted rather than full ...

This just in...

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus

Today we had two more meetings. I would like to say kudos to ACTE for the arrangement of the meetings. Each meeting seems to build on the material from the last and really shows the trends and challenges of travel in Russia. Our first meeting was with Andrew's Travel House, a local partner of American Express Travel. They presented the online booking landscape and visa challenges, which seem to be two of the biggest ...

Kremlin and Red Square

A travel blog entry by yokojian


... Pushkin Art Museum. Although it is one of the must-go places in Moscow, I didn't do it since my mind has already been numb about western stuff.

The second day was fulfilled by seeing the great part of Moscow. Although I felt a bit bored, it actually was a good day. My host Erin organized my third day with a gentle guy called Ruslan who brought a super cultural day to me. Wanna to know more, keep reading!



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