Morozovka Park Hotel

Solnechnogorsky region, Moscow, Central Russia, 141570, Russian Federation | Hotel
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A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa


... still retains aspects of lovely design. The last building we visited was built as the headquarters of the Ministry of Railroads and still houses Russian Railways. The front of the building with the modernist rectangular tower with a clock on it and exterior balconies would have conveyed a solidity, modernness and dependability to those who worked in it and those who passed the structure. The engineers and administrators who worked in this building would ...

Moscow, Russia: Magical Moscow

A travel blog entry by samber


... t have a killer pair of heels with me) that we weren't able to sample some of the finer wining and dining establishments that we had read/heard about. Shame as I'm sure they would have been incredible. As our train to Kiev wasn't due to depart until 10pm we thought we might be bored on our last day however we were anything but. With so much to see and do we were kept running until the final hour so my advice is, if you haven't been to Moscow, ...

How do you break a tie?

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... turning back Sally Pearson who had her best effort of the season. Usain Bolt eased up in the 200m but still ran 19.66 to beat his countryman Warren Weir. This prompted the headline 'Bolt no fear of Weir near'. Adam Gimli of Great Britain who is still a junior was a remarkable 5th just outside the medals. In the semi-final he just squeaked under 20 seconds for the first time.

One more day to go.

Last stop, Moscow

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann


... and because we had such a good time there, the free city walking tour is highly recommended.

St Petersburg because it was surprising, a good looking grand city which was interesting and enjoyable to walk around. The cathedrals were amazing, the Hermitage beautiful and the metro grandiose.

We enjoyed meeting people in the tour group, and they made the tour for us. I think without their good humour and mix of personalities we would have struggled being bound to a ...

Another busy day

A travel blog entry by hughieanddoris


... before those of us who had paid extra went in to the Armoury to see the priceless items which had been the possessions of the Russian Royal family. There were clothes, carriages, armour, jewellery etc etc dating back centuries. Included were a number of original Faberge eggs. Again photos were not allowed, but no option to purchase a permit this time. Definitely jaw dropping opulence.

Hughie has a sore toe today which he thinks may be gout.



This hotel, located on Solnechnogorsky region, Moscow, is near Alexander Garden (Aleksandrovsky Sad).
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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