Narodny prospekt 5, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Moscow

Heading to Mother Russia

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... and out of sleep for most of the flight. I was a little concerned about clearing immigration because of everything that’s going on with Russia and the Ukraine. It turned out to be just like Israel though. I had expected a bunch of questions, but I didn’t get asked one. The guy looked at my passport, stamped it, and I walked right through. My bag came through without a problem, and my next task was to find the train into the city.


A travel blog entry by sal_mickandsue


... it in wonderment, was one of the highlights of the trip, as due to time constraints we thought that we may not see anything
in Moscow and have to travel from the ship by Metro directly to the train
station to catch our train at 4.50 pm to St. Petersburg. The buildings in
Moscow are beautiful and the streets and gardens very clean and well
maintained. We came away happy little vegemites.


Navigating Moscow, relax and Red Square

A travel blog entry by jimoo


... the metro and suburbs to reach them-glowing would be an understatement.

Once collected it's back to the metro to Kittay Gorad or (translates) china town. The oldest part of Moscow and to find our hostel tucked away down a side street. We find it easily thankfully and there is a lift up to the sixth floor, which given we have already climbed 144 steps around Moscow already with our bags I am ...

Yippee Ki Yay Mother Russia

A travel blog entry by kendracassels


... minutes away. Double fab! We ponied up for a taxi and used our charades skills to tell the driver to go fast. It would seem that our charades skills are lacking because he did not seem to be in a hurry. The heavy traffic didn't help matters. After a Run Run Rudolph style sprint to the Lufthansa desk we were assured we would get on the plane. Success! I had just enough time to do a quick search for Edward Snowden (no luck), before boarding for Munich en route to São ...

Kremlin it in!

A travel blog entry by oliehuntersmart


... most Russians see at some point in their life, but you can't help but wonder why he's still so important given the more recent historical changes that have taken place. Red Square is another main attraction for people to see, but with the majority closed off for a recent event, it was somewhat less impressive than anticipated. Our Moscow Honcho, Julia, then took us all for a walk around the rest of the city centre and into the Cathedral of ...


This hotel, located in the Восточный административный округ area of Moscow, is near Novodevichy (New Maiden) Convent and Cemetery, Lake Baikal, Kuznetsky Most Street, and Beverly Hills Casino and Club.
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