Iris Congress Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... dining ware, clothing and thrones, as well as suits of armour and the most incredible gilded carriages from the 16-18th centuries ! The other Iconic building here in Red Square is St Basil's cathedral - as incredible as in the well known pictures. This building was commissioned by Ivan the Terrible to commemorate the capture of Kazan from the Mongol forces. Apparently when it was completed Ivan had the architect blinded so that he could ...
... cartoon characters and people, lots of tourists. After some time we arrived at our final destination, Arbat 16. I'm not going to lie this is probably one of the strangest places I have ever been in but it was AMAZING! It was a building designed with five specialized rooms.
Room 1: All the World is Upside Down.
At first this was a strange little room to be in first thing you do is walk into a garage of someone's "home" but turns out your on the roof... so everything from ...
... debate-and-wait style of Western democracies? All governments are an ongoing experiment, and this is one is ruling a culture established over 1000 years ago, with a very tumultuous past, and currently governing 120 million people in the largest singularly controlled landmass in the world.
*Putin’s approval ratings:
http://en.ria.ru/russia/20140326/188776 004/Putins-Approval-Rating-Rises-to-80- ...
... tube filled with caramel, all of which were delicious. We also looked up Jess' Lonely Planet guide on Russia and learned that the word on the digital display that I had translated to "path", actually translated to "track", which is a synonym but one that makes a hell of a lot more sense than "path". On the second day of the train trip, the older man got off leaving just us and the Russian speaking girl. By now we had built a bit of rapport with her, through offering and ...
... amidst carved reliefs of soldiers and workers. The Moscow metro was a physical reminder to those who travelled through it that they lived in a glorious and powerful workers state. Heady stuff. The Moscow metro remains a testimony to that vision and dream. We only visited a dozen or so of over a hundred stations. Some are extremely modest, but all embody that grandiosity of Soviet Russia. Constructivism was the modernist architectural movement in ...