Kalinka Hotel

Danckelmannstr. 20, 14059 , Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Where'd All The Snow Go?

A travel blog entry by bdsaly

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And so finally we’re in Moscow, nearly 10,000 km or 6000 miles from Vladivostok not counting our detour to Ulaan Baatar. We’ve arrived but spring hasn’t and it’s snowing, windy and very cold. From the train station we head straight to Red Square and we experience some benefit of the weather – the square is all but deserted even at this time late on a Thursday morning. For the remainder of the day, we’re ...

A journey through thick fog, rain, & a little

A travel blog entry by adrian-alsop

Got up early determined to get to Moscow or at least spitting distance. Will be coming in from the east, and heading for the SW corner, but more of that later. Disappointed when up thick fog, much worse than yesterday coupled with horrible drizzle. Set of pace slow, about 40mph winding up and down hills through thick pine forests, no views with visibility down to about 40 metres. Eventually dropping down after about 2 hours towards Novograd, (temperature not above 10 degrees all ...

Departed & Deported

A travel blog entry by theporters2013

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... handed our passports and deportation papers and we flew to Dusseldorf with relief!
So frustrating dealing with the Russian officials. Clearly, we didn't have the required visa, but it was very difficult to get any information & we were never sure that they understood what we said. Fortunately we were greeted in a very friendly way in Germany by an official who told us "You are welcome".

Since ...

Putin, Power and the $10 Latte

A travel blog entry by alleifer

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We arrive in Moscow after a 4 hour bullet train ride from St. Petersburg.

There clearly has been a profound change from the defeated "Evil Empire" of the Ronald Reagan era.

We arrive at the beginning of Putin's 4th term as leader of the country, during a time when Russia snubs its nose at the U.S. by nonstop arming of Bashar Assad of Syria, supplying nuclear power plants to Iran, and asylum (temporary?) to NSA leaker Edward Snowden.

While ...

Challenge versus Potential

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre

... competition is noticed from online agents.

Again we thought it was difficult to get our visas for Russia, but compared to Russians, who need visa’s all over the world except for Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Ukraine and some other former USSR countries, it had been nothing. This actually explains why Turkey and Egypt are crowded with Russian leisure travellers. ATH told us, that there actually is a need for more visa ...

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