Best Eastern Medea Hotel

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


A travel blog entry by guytang


... ridden. The carriage looks and feel really new, it had nice clean carpet, the cabin was really bright and the bedding was all a brilliant white! This was the rails equivalent of a 5 star hotel! It also had a service to match, everyone had a food package which consisted of 2 bread rolls, salami, butter, cheese, breakfast bar, yogurt and a bottle of water. There was also a carriage attendant whom you can buy hot drinks and snacks from. Oh and did I ...

Red Square, The Kremlin then on to Siberia

A travel blog entry by almightyg73


... day. There are metal trees lining the bridge with hooks and they are covered from head to foot with hand painted heart shaped metal padlocks. Each lock has the name of the lovers painted on and once they have kissed they fasten the lock to the trees or railings and throw the key into the river to seal their marriage, quite beautiful and remarkably romantic.

From there I started to loop back over the river and took in probably the biggest sculpture in the city, one ...

Red Square Moscow

A travel blog entry by 2swiss


... though Moscow is a cultural center not every show is performed every day.
- Home Hotel is an affordable place that has converted at least 2 floors of a resdential building to house guests. Kitchen and bath rooms are shared and clean. The Kremlin is just 700m away. CHF 100 per night. Thanks, David for the tip!
- Le Pain Quitidien became our favorite for breakfast. Fresh juices, fresh bread and as much jam as the heart ...

Yippee Ki Yay Mother Russia

A travel blog entry by kendracassels


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Our final day was mostly free to spend as we wished. So we did a free walking tour. We had already seen most of the sights, but it was very interesting to learn the history behind it all. Did you know it's not called the red square because I the colour of the walls - it is in fact named for its beauty. The words red and beautiful are pronounced the same way in the Russian language. We grabbed lunch at a cafe on Arbat street. It is very touristy ...

52 Perm -Moscow

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters


... in Mongolia. That is from the outside. Flats built in the communist era were very much subject to the “she’ll be right mate” attitude. However inside all is neat and modern. An older lady owns the place and obviously had many people staying here over the years judging by the myriad of souvenirs, books and postcards from all over the world She told me that she had been offering home stay’s ...

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