Hotel Park Place

Leninskiy prospekt, 113/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 117198, Russian Federation | Hotel
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The Kremlin

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 23, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... dedicated to arms!

We headed out later that evening to find a bar in the old Arbatskaya area, determined to get a decent beer and a cold wine. We ended up listening to a Cuban band in an Irish bar in the capital of Russia, that makes you think! Down to Red Square again to see the night lights, and Mandy managed to take some awesome night shots of St Basil's while Steve protected Mandy from the cold.


A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Sep 01, 2013

3 photos

... were all local and young. Diane ordered Georgian dumplings and I ordered Georgian BBQ chicken, potatoes and courgettes. We also had a couple of glasses of Sauvignon blanc. We decided to stay with a French wine for 190 r per glass, rather than the Georgian which cost 790 r! The meal was very enjoyable. We were pleasantly surprised at how cheap the meal cost and fortunately Diane had enough roubles to cover the cost. I now owe her a ...

Kremlin- Arms and Diamonds

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 17, 2013

10 photos

... largest in the world (Big Ben is less than 10% its size) and has a cracked piece next to it which weighs 12 tons itself. Also nearby is the Czar cannon, a huge 16th century cannon with a 70 ton barrel and which has never been fired.

From Cathedral Square we walked a few hundred feet to the secret gardens, where we enjoyed ice cream cones and sat and enjoyed some quiet time. The breeze was light and swept through the trees, cooling us off after ...

Trains and mini vans all day and night

A travel blog entry by bot989 on Aug 05, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

Five am came all too quickly but we were motivated to see the country side and the capital of Russia. Madeline met us at customs, did I mention that a trip through customs was necessary getting on and off the ship? She would accompany us on the trip but you are required to have a Kremlin approved guide if you want to see the Kremlin her name was Larissa and was quite the socialist and let us know that she was happier in the "Soviet" days. The speed train still ...

Goodbye Europe!

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on May 26, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... birthday cake in the world, this is exactly what it would look like!"). Also, as we have walked around these places, I am not sure whether they are all hopeless romantics or just huge lovers of flowers, but I have noticed that, despite their stern faces and the spitting, the city's men walk the streets laden with huge great bouquets!

So, as we have spent the last week trying to getting beneath the veil of the city, we have slowly come to love it ...

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