Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel & Business Centre, Moscow
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... located supermarket. It is very rare for us to tick off all boxes for one hotel but the Moscow Mercure Arbat more than met our rather eccentric criteria.
I must give it to Alan. He always does heaps of homework on our hotels. This very comfortable boutique hotel (which surprisingly houses 109 rooms) is very centrally located in the fashionable suburb of Arbat in the heart of Moscow, and is also very close to Smolenskaya Metro Station. The hotel ...
... declared fighters and heroes and scenes from the bible are all captured in frescoes. Three thrones stand in the cathedral; the wooden one belonged to Ivan the Terrible. The Southern Gate was used for processions. On top of the gate is an image of the Holy Virgin of Vladimir. The frieze includes six figures of Holy hierarchs. The gate is framed by a painting of Entering the Temple and the highly decorated door is from Suzdal.
The Cathedral of the Archangel Michael 1509. No ...
... Moscow. Our cruise partner who booked the flight, and FinnAir, had assured us that they run this route every day and the 35 minute layover was no problem. Given our strong preference to fly into Moscow's northern airport and avoid the 3-4 hour commute across the city to our ship terminal from the southern airport, and based on assurances we received on the flawlessness of this connection, we were willing to take the risk.
After more drinks than were planned, and far less sleep, we ran through Gatwick to what must have been the furthest gate from security with minutes to spare - we were the last to board, but made it to Moscow
Moscow was always going to be an R&R stop to recover from a crazy few months, to actually see one another properly and to prepare for this small trip we are embarking on.
All in all Moscow ...
... post office was so inefficient, she was never discovered.
Today, there are many centers of Jewish renewal in Russia – the JCC’s built by the Joint, Choral Synagogues restored by Chabad, new synagogues built by the oligarchs of the Russian Jewish Federation and amazing Jewish history museums built in the past few years. We visit them in both St. Petersburg and Moscow.
We daven Friday night in the main Choral Synagogue in ...