Korston Hotel Moscow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... A very expensive mall Rym (pronounced Gum) has all the designer stores and it is always full of people shopping.
Tuesday morning was spent in the train station organising our tickets on the Sapsan (fast train) to Vladimir for Thursday and back to Moscow on Friday and also a train to St Petersburg on Saturday. I had looked up ...
... on these resources themselves, and the Russian wealth created by these sales result in a large market for goods produced in NATO nations? Including warships, sold by France to Russia, that, in some likelihood could be turned against the French or their allies if this situation over the Ukraine results in widespread armed conflct.
*Moscow Times article discussing this topic
... this simple bar was very trendy. To ask for the bill you say "shot" roughly translates a "women" so if you want a beer it's "women, beer" Charlie kindly explained the art of Russian language that they often drop the joining words. On our walk back to the hostel we got taken to one last hidden gem a supermarket. Unlike any other - more like the food hall in Harrods with the price tag of any normal shop. We stoked up on chocolate, Charlie ended up helping a lady decide what to get ...
... builders set to work in constructing a hybrid building made up from both designs!! No one knows what happened to the original designers; suffice to say there are no records of them having designed any building AFTER this date!
Our final stop on this tour was a monument build in Alexander gardens beneath the wall of the Kremlin a grotto designed to commemorate the Russian victories over Napoleon. Its rocks are rubble was taken from buildings destroyed during the ...
... historical information about everything we saw and Tom was in heaven.
We were in Moscow on Moscow City Day. There was much going on in the city but the Moscow police had taken it to be their mission to disperse any crowds and access to Red Square was off limits to everyone except those invited to attend special political speeches going on there. Although we were unable to enter the square itself, we walked all around everywhere else and saw the ...