Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel & Business Centre, Moscow

Address: Europe Sq., 2, Moscow, Central Russia, 121059, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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      Welcome to Moscow

      A travel blog entry by belbrown on Sep 25, 2014

      28 photos

      ... at the end of the Red Square. With the Kremlin to the right and the shopping centre- GUM to the left. The square is massive and the church looks smaller then I expected- but in such a big space it would. Also to the right was Lenin's tomb. Just outside the gates near the Museum- is a large round circle on the concrete- this is the centre of Moscow. So many pics in front of St Basils. It was ...

      Naive expectations and 'wish theft' in Moscow

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... expectations of Moscow: 1) That Red square and the Kremlin apart, Moscow would be full of remnants of the Soviet era and thus look drab and be largely filled with big grey apartment blocks/buildings. To be fair, there may in fact be some truth to this assumption as we spent the majority of our time around Red Square and The Kremlin. However, these spots presented such vibrant, clean and architecturally fascinating images that it became impossible to look at the rest ...

      Moscow a city to fall in love with ...

      A travel blog entry by keasmith on Mar 14, 2014

      26 photos

      ... looked like they could be prizes on an English pier with huge price tags. It a shop all about the money. Our exit route lead us past a mamkin with a real stuffed bears head. Back out on the pedestrian square outside we got out our map realising we weren't quiet where we had hoped. I approached someone to ask for help who was not helpful at all. Tr second person a russia lady was great. She also spoke English. Instead of directing us to the Bolshoi she walked us ...


      A travel blog entry by yokojian on Jun 14, 2013

      8 photos

      ... potato, and confirmed with her at least three times that the thing I ordered was potato. She left and 10 minutes later, what I was served was a plate of potato chips!! SPEECHLESS! I started to understand the language barriers could be a problem. The chips cost me 70 RU plus 30 for the source. Damn!

      I met Sarah in the Gorky Park. Sarah is a very nice and sweet girl, and being peers made us feel close immediately after we ...

      Goin' Trans-Siberian!

      A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz on May 28, 2013

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... shed, where large hydraulic lifts raised each carriage one by one to change the bogies underneath (the Chinese railway operates on a standard gauge which is 3 and a half inches narrower than the 5ft gauge in Russia and Mongolia) and we played naughts and crosses through the train windows with the French boys opposite!

      By the time the bogie changing process was finished, we were tired and hit the sack, unaware of the awe-inspiring scenery that was ...