Ozerkovskaya Hotel

Address: Ozerkovskaya Emb., 50/2, Moscow, Central Russia, 115054, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Red Square and the Kremlin

A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Jul 31, 2015

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... 8217;s Monument. The word 'red’ in Old Russian means beautiful, but foreigners thought it was because the Kremlin wall which is on 1 side of the square is red. We were surprised to learn that only 1 side of the square is the red wall we’ve seen on TV. The other 3 sides are by the Russian History Museum, the GUM department store (more on that later) and St. Basil’s Monument.

After ...


A travel blog entry by pinkkaz on Apr 06, 2015

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... Orlov Diamond was presented to Catherine the Great by Count Gregory Orlov (and is set in the Tsar’s Sceptre) in an attempt to win her luv. Living up to her true strong woman style she refused his advances, but kept the Indian rose cut diamond, that’s my girl! Other stunning items include the imperial crown of Catherine the Great with almost 5000 sparklers and a few other pieces of royal coronation headwear. After the Crown Jewels in London, I have to say I was more than ...

'mazing Moscow

A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Sep 27, 2014

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... beautiful old buildings and grand malls (full of fantastic high fashion and bling) throughout the city. Even the underground is stunning. Most of the stations are made of ornate marble and have chandeliers hanging from the ceilings.

My favourite place was the All Russia Exhibition Centre, a huge park filled with brilliant buildings, huge statues celebrating Russian history and an actual Russian Space Shuttle!

The weirdest place was ...

Day 26 Moscow

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 26, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... fancy tricks with their rifles including scaring the life out of us when they fired them into the air at the end. There would have been about 30 of them and when they fired it was very loud!!!!!

We also saw the world's largest bell and the Tsars cannon which is also pretty big. Apparently it has never been fired, but it is pointing to the Government offices which our guide suggested is no coincidence.

We headed back to the boat ...

Dinner with Lenin

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 14, 2014

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... and it was a very interesting visit. The next two churches along the road were being renovated so we walked to Lubyanka Square where the KGB HQ is being renovated, along with the large children's shop which was ironically situated next door to it! A walk back or Red square along the newly pedestrianised Nikolskaya Street, and dinner in Bosco cafe overlooking Lenin's Mausoleum, he didn't contribute much to the conversation but a lovely meal despite the shocking ...