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TripAdvisor Reviews Meschdunarodnaja Moscow
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... hotel where we were served coffee and pastries.
I asked about a huge building across the street from the hotel, which turned out to be the Foreign Ministry.
Now it was time to begin our tour, and what better way to see Moscow than from under ground?
That's actually an unfair question, since I had always heard that the Moscow Metro was worth a visit for its beautiful stations. And that reputation is ...
... They labelled it as such to peak tourist curiosity to pay and go see a regular restroom that is just very well decorated. It is similar to the bathroom in a Four Seasons hotel.
Dinner was in a chain food place that serves Russian style cafeteria food. It was pretty good at an affordable price. The food is prepared daily and they have English translations for the items.
-- Ryan L. ...
... with several others buried in the fresh snow that thinly layered the ice.
Our slow walk back to the hotel took us through the Culture Gardens and statue park. As the name suggests this park is strewn with statues, monuments and carvings, many taken from the Soviet era and others donated by local artists and sculptors. It was difficult to approach the statues in some instances due to the deep snow. The snow somehow added character to these half forgotten ...
... br> conversations and some picture sharing and ring pointing to show
otherwise! They loved looking at pictures though and seeing our
family etc and showing us theirs too.
Another trip along the train, seeing how far we could go, led us
to what looked like a very cramped and shelf like bedded 3rd
class, and we were quickly shooed back to our own carriage by an
angry looking attendant. The train was very clean though, with ...
... Vov Gory I continued till nearly out of park, then turned into the park (yes, I am now a tree with herbaceous border) and up the hill. This, then, was sparrow hill, at the top of which we had stood and surveyed the view he previous day and part of Gorky park. The park is long but not deep, and the hill goes up rapidly, but it's a short sharp sort of a thing rather than a long grind. There are lots of undulating trails, and I came across distance markers ...