Izmailovo Beta Hotel

Address: Izmailovskoye Hwy, 71/2B, Moscow, Central Russia, 105613, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Novodevichy (New Maiden) Convent and Cemetery, Victory Park, Lake Baikal, and Kuznetsky Most Street.
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    A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on Apr 06, 2015

    98 photos

    ... churches and cathedrals, watching the devout Russian Orthodox spend their day praying. There is something for everyone.

    Having made it to Revolution Square on the Metro, just about our starting point each day, we now had to fight for tickets to the Kremlin and the Armoury. I had been dreading this, as I had heard about the long queues and how complicated the business of ticketing was. However, the queues were not as bad as feared, but then it was off season, but still ...

    A free day and Moscow by Night

    A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 17, 2014

    5 photos

    This morning there was an optional excursion to the Treyakov Art Gallery in Moscow which we all decided to skip. Instead, we explored the park next to the River Terminal and stopped at a cafe and sat in the sunshine and had coffee (plus cognac in Hulley's case)

    We spent a pleasant afternoon sitting on the sun-deck reading our books and snoozing.

    After dinner we ...

    Day 25 Moscow

    A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 25, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    What a long day we had today!

    We started with a bus tour that took us to some of the places we hadn't already seen. One was Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, which has a very interesting history. Stalin blew it up in 1933 to make way for a gigantic pyramid monument to The People and Lenin. It was going to be taller than the Empire State Building. Unfortunately due to swampy ground and a curse from one of the nuns, the monument was never built. Instead it became a swimming pool. ...

    From Moscow With Love

    A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on May 01, 2014

    3 comments, 45 photos

    ... We took a pit stop in our hotel room and found two shot glasses provided by the hotel to go with the vodka we had bought. How kind. We went off to find the post office armed with the address provided by the lady on reception ...she had to look it up on her computer! Yes we found it but the entrance was an unmarked door leading into a tiny lobby with two tatty chairs and smelling of wee!Crossing the road we observed the traffic police in action...sending cars in the ...

    My first steps in western Russia

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jul 04, 2013

    43 photos

    ... Square are three cathedrals, two churches and a bell tower. We also saw the impressive gems, nuggets and jewellery at the Diamond Fund in the Kremlin Armoury.

    Later we rode a few stops on the Metro to see some of the incredibly decorated station platforms. There was also a boat tour on the Moskva (Moscow) River, which provided a different perspective of the Kremlin and showed us more of the city. We spent some time in the ...