Kamergerskiy Hotel

Kamergerskij Pereulok 6\5 - 3, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow: subway tour and ballet at the Bolshoi

A travel blog entry by wenzels

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... off gravity. Such was the grace and seeming ease of the lifts, jumps and pirouettes displayed by the dancers. And all this in the plush splendour of the newly refurbished Bolshoi. I had a seat in on of the more central boxes on the 4th level with stupendous views into the orchestra pit, and that always adds a dimension to any musical stage performance to me. What an experience! And such a great finale to this epic tour. ...

Day 5 - Moscow sightseeing

A travel blog entry by kimrichings

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... our feet are bloody killing us!! Ian commented yesterday that I am a 'tough old bird' which is why he loves me, but just now I'm thinking there is more emphasis on the 'old' rather than the 'bird'.........thanks love!
The apartment is lovely and we have everything we need great job from Real Russia.
We soon feel the benefit of the AC and a cheeky one from the fridge and decide that going back out is just too much like hard work, we are on ...

Moscow in July

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef

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... s tasteless legislative building. It’s signature period was 1485 to 1495. Tsar Ivan the Great (Ivan the Terrible’s grandfather) had finally booted out the Mongols and in celebration, he invited Italian architects to complete the Kremiln’s walls, towers and 30 meter wide moat. It is expertly maintained, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow’s 2nd most popular destination.

Red Square is the City’s showpiece. A market ...

Moscow

A travel blog entry by catherine_paul

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... I've had to navigate. It is all in Russian, understandably considering were in Russia, however there is no translation of any form which makes it very difficult if you can't read Cyrillic.

Our final day was going to be rushed due to the fact it had been Russia Day whilst we were there which resulted in the Kremlin being closed. Its gates were open again today so headed down to catch a glimpse of what was inside. It consists of many ...

900-900-900 the last bit of Moscow touring

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... monstrous building standing in Red Square and very tiny behind it, you can just make out the onion domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral and also very tiny, you can see the towers of the Kremlin. It would have ruined their Beautiful Square I think.




We walked over to Aquarium Park. She said the park is owned by the people how teach the Stanislavski school. ...

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