Medea Hotel

Pyatnitskiy pereulok, d. 4, build. 1, Moscow, Central Russia, 115184, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Tourists don't feel welcome in Russia's capital!

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma on Apr 14, 2014

2 comments, 77 photos

... hard to be a tourist here. People have been very unwilling to help us in any way (be it to buy tickets, find toilets etc....) and we feel like we have always been getting ripped off and given bad deals! Tourist information is fairly hard to come by unless you want to pay a foreign tourist operator to guide you around the city which is very expensive!

We spent the whole day today exploring Red Square and the Kremlin. St ...

Rainy Days in Moscow

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 53 photos

... the world, with stations at depths of 30 to 74 meters. The escalators are the longest and steepest I've ever ridden on.

According to Wikipedia, the metro, opened in 1935, was one of the USSR's most extravagant architectural projects. Its purpose was to display the success of the communist regime and remind its passengers that this was Stalin's contribution to acknowledge his people's sacrifices. He directed architects to design structures which ...

Muscovite Blues, Part II

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 12, 2013

... for my liking. I don't think Russia quite knows how it feels about the whole Gulag issue ye t or how to deal with that side of its past. The museum was quite small and mainly contained personal items from inmates in various camps, almost all of whom survived. I didn't think the displays talked enough about the victims who didn't survive.

Leaving the museum, I made my way past the old Lubyanka prison (the old KGB headquarters) to get to Biblio Globus, a ...

Moscow- Old and New

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 15, 2013

12 photos

... and ate at the food court. There was a McDonalds, a Sbarro, and a Subway, but we chose the Russian fast food joint, ordering dumplings (with little smiley faces on them), crepes with mushrooms and ham and cheese, and a bowl of seafood stew (with salmon and caviar), and two icy cold beers. It was all quite good, and the dumplings were some of the best we had in Russia.

Having spent such a packed day seeing the city, we yet again fell into bed, ready for more adventures ...

Another day pottering around

A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 09, 2013

8 photos

... a dinner for all delegates in a place called the Forum. This turned out to be a large rectangular hall. However, the night was great! Our table had mainly Oceania people but we were joined by a young man from Syria and his friend from Palestine. That provided some lively conversation. The food was better than the other night and the waiter was very attentive with resupplying wine and vodka so we thoroughly enjoyed the dinner. Once again the entertainment ...