Pekin Hotel

Address: Bolshaya Sadovaya St., 5, Moscow, Central Russia, 123001, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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      A travel blog entry by gez_skip on Mar 05, 2015

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... there is good.

      so the first thing we looked into was the visas, which being from ireland i need to get a few. RUssia was first and i figured it would be safer to have this arranged before i left so at least i get into russia! the rest im doing on the boarders or a few days in advance, dependin on which country it is.
      the reason is that we dont know how long we will stay in russia, and mongolia for, so we didnt arrange the chinese visas before we left. more ...

      Moscow, Russia

      A travel blog entry by joe-darlene on Jul 20, 2014

      3 comments, 87 photos

      ... were run as a working state farm. By the time the Exhibition opened again in 1954, it contained a new "Friendship of Nations" fountain consisting of sixteen (one per republic) larger-than-life maidens in national costumes of gilded bronze. There also were new pavilions in the neo-Muscovite and Russian neoclassical styles that featured prominently in late Stalinist architecture.


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      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jun 18, 2014

      8 photos

      ... a city with an energy like no other, the most hospitable people you can meet, a rich culture, great food and a beautiful city centre. Many cities claim to be 24 hour but fall well short of their claim but Moscow truly is that. You can eat, shop, work out, party at any time of night. On my first visit here over 6 years ago, I found I was waking up early afternoon and eating dinner around 1am. Time doesn't have much concept. The biggest noticeable difference in culture between Russia and ...

      From Moscow With Love

      A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on May 01, 2014

      3 comments, 45 photos

      ... artefacts. Particularly wonderful were the jewelled bibles, vestments and alter pieces. There were a few Faberge eggs on view but the most famous pieces are in Vienna so we may just have to google them. These, coupled with stunning architecture made the visit easy to recommend. You never tire of onion domes. The metro! How difficult could it be to get from one place to another? Well the stations and maps are written in Russian... A different alphabet. None of the stations ...

      Pree-vet (Hi) from Mos-cow (now called No-cows)

      A travel blog entry by ivanandvlad on Aug 09, 2013

      24 photos

      ... tomb. Security was extremely strict, with no cameras or phones allowed. Vlad was walking through the tomb with his hands in his pockets when nearly tackled by an over zealous guard. Apparently he thought Vlad had something dangerous in his pants. Lenin looked like a wax figure, and probably is too, not that we could study him for long because we were pushed through there with no time to stop and have a good look. After Lenin we went around red square, ...