Address: Dmitrovskoye shosse, 27-1, Moscow, Central Russia, 127550, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow


A travel blog entry by sbrandes on Jul 05, 1994

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Our entire trip was centered around the opportunity to meet former Russian President Gorbachev and to our dismay it was canceled as we boarded the bus. We got all dressed up for nothing. So, we went to the Kremlin and the Red Square & visited St. Basil's Cathedral. We got to go inside St. Basil's Cathedral, but it was not very impressive on the …


A travel blog entry by sbrandes on Jun 30, 1994

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Woke up and toured Moscow by bus with our bus guide named Igor. We went to Lenin's Mausoleum and saw Lenin's embalmed body. Lenin was the founder of the Soviet Union. It was very morbid, dark, black, red, and cold in the Mausoleum. Lenin's body was guarded by military personal with machine guns and was in a glass case. We then walked through Red …


A travel blog entry by sbrandes on Jun 29, 1994

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After arriving in Moscow at the Sheremeyetvo Airport, we had to wait an hour and half to go through passport control. We felt like cattle! We had to wait another hour and half in customs (for baggage). We spent a total of 3 hours in Moscow Airport. After getting through customs we had to push our way through a huge crowd of people waiting for other …

Russian History Time Line Summary

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 10, 2015

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... in a deal brokered by the EU.

Separatists in eastern Ukraine elect new leaders in polls backed by Russia and denounced by Kiev and the West.

Ukraine accuses Russia of sending a big column of tanks, artillery and troops into eastern Ukraine.

The Russian rouble begins to drop rapidly against the US dollar, losing about half its value in the next two months.

A public inquiry opens in Britain into the 2006 ...

Back to the Chaos and Trans-Siberian looms

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Feb 28, 2015

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Well Moscow was a little easier second time around, even arriving in chaos of rush hour and negotiating the crowds on the metro and streets to my next hotel was OK, a quick visit to a supermarket for some supplies and finally found a bottle of "Stoli" and a snip at less than £7 a litre. I spent the next day and a half taking in few more sights including a ...

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