Maxima Slavia

Address: Yaroslavskoye Hwy, 44, Moscow, Central Russia, 129337, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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      Moscow - The Pulse of Russia

      A travel blog entry by adamcousins on Dec 19, 2014

      6 photos

      ... I think we said hello about ten times each. I was a little tipsy by now and I told Anastasia I needed to go outside for some fresh air. She came outside with me and we continued to say hello to each other. We'd been outside for minutes when all of a sudden, I started being violently sick in the bush right next to where she was standing! I was so embarrassed but at the same time I needed to focus on where this stuff was going! Needless to say, I went home empty ...

      Another item checked off from my bucket list

      A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... only be two between St. Petersburg and Moscow), and speed, which reached as fast as 230 kilometers per hour (143 mph).

      Joyce tried to sleep, but had a hard time finding a comfortable position.

      There wasn't much to see from the train, just lots of farmland and forests, with a smattering of small villages in the distance.

      Upon arrival in Moscow, we were hustled aboard a pair of buses for a ride to a relatively ...

      Moscow Part II: The People

      A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... and economically less than 25 years ago? Here is what I've gathered:

      Moscow has an overwhelming amount of wealth, but it is concentrated within a small group of people (sounds pretty familiar). And actually, the collapse of the Soviet Union is in large part the reason for the outrageous costs of goods and services.

      *Moscow has the most billionaires living in one city and has been listed as one of the world's ...

      Moscow Day three Good Friday

      A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 18, 2014

      19 photos

      ... reported was very impressive. The rest of us had a leisurely dinner and a few drinks. I even tried a couple of vodkas. The two weeks have both flown past and seemed very long if that can be the case. The group was friendly and accepting do it has been a wonderful experience. We embark the plane at midday for the first leg of the long trip home. Helsinki is our first ...

      Moscow - day 2

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 18, 2014

      2 comments, 54 photos

      ... of this section were made of wood. The Old Russian name for wood happens to be 'Kitay’, the same word for China!! The second theory is that the walls of the outer city were built by Italian engineers. The Italian name for city is Citta. This was then 'shoe-horned in to the Russian language and from this, morphed in to the word ‘Kitay’!!

      After an expensive breakfast in a rather innocuous looking café, we met up with our guide, Elena at 10:45. We were ...