Mamaison All-Suites Spa Hotel Pokrovka Moscow

Pokrovka ulitsa, d. 40, build. 2, Moscow, Central Russia, 105062, Russian Federation | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near St. Basil's Cathedral (Pokrovsky Sobor), Izmailovo Park, Nikolskaya Street, and Church of All Saints in Kulishki.
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    Markets, Parks and Ice Cream

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 21, 2014

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... with ice cream, or in Mandy's case, another ice cream!! Spent another half and hour looking for Yuri, but he was obviously lost in space and we had an appointment with a bad Irish Pub.

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    Moscow

    A travel blog entry by cherylclo on Aug 31, 2013

    7 photos

    ... at the entrance the fireworks began so we did see something in the pouring rain. We also stopped to look at Christ the Saviour Cathedral. This time I didn't get doubt but took the photo through the bus window. This was our second visit to this church today however tonight we had a different tour guide and she reminded us at this was the venue where the group 'Pussy Riot' performed and got arrested. Interesting that the guide this morning neglected to tell ...

    Men of the Cloth and Women in White

    A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 16, 2013

    13 photos

    ... the Cyrillic alphabet, it would be as easy to get around as London or Paris, and I could see myself living here. The only thing I would have to get used to is the pushing and line cutting. People push and don't say excuse me and they appear unable to form a line- instead just gathering around a ticket window in a mob and each pushing their way to the counter at the same time. Same goes at the museums. If you are standing looking at a piece if art, it's entirely ...

    Trains and mini vans all day and night

    A travel blog entry by bot989 on Aug 05, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... we had lost two hours in time zones and we are way north it doesn't get dark until after 10 pm I was looking out the window at the country side. For the most part it is very agrarian and the homes are small in very poor. Some of them had smoke coming from the chimney as that must have been how they were cooking as they didn't need it for heat. My impression of Moscow was very positive, they have come a long way from the cold war days but they still have a way to ...

    Moscow Up Close -then Anchor's Away!

    A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40 on May 23, 2013

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... idea of Peter the Great. He wanted an inland transportation network to link Moscow River to the Volga River and then on to the Baltic Sea. It did'nt happen for Peter but Stalin got it constructed in his inimitable fashion using the inmates of the forced labour camps as labourers to dig the canals and instal the lock system. Built in 5 years, it was opened in 1937. It was a far greater project than either the Suez or Panama canals and now ...