Renaissance Moscow Monarch Centre Hotel

Address: Leningradsky Av., 31A/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 125284, Russian Federation | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Red Square (Krasnaya ploshchad), Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow Zoo, and Nikulin Circus on Tsvetnoi Bulvar (Old).
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    In search of Eternal Youth

    A travel blog entry by mleary on Sep 14, 2011

    2 photos

    Our trip to Zargorsk was insightful. What seemed a small fortress opened into what was a religious centre and renowned as a centre of Russian art and architecture. Inside a working monastery still exists and for those who wish to remain eternally young a well that produces water with apparently magical properties. We all had a sip, who knows what …

    Into the heart of the Bear

    A travel blog entry by mleary on Sep 13, 2011

    20 photos

    Off the train and onto the bus we made our way through Moscow and took in the city sights. This included the near suicidal nature of driving that is common in Moscow. It amazes me that there is not more problems but the driving in Moscow is really scary.

    We were taken on a tour of the Moscow Metro system which Stalin called the people's …

    The Kremlin

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 23, 2014

    2 comments, 16 photos

    ... scholars and philosophers, but the Romanov names have since been re-etched. We also learned that Ivan the Terrible has had a bad rap all these years. Terrible really meant Formidable or Fearsome - it was lost in translation. He changed the political landscape back in the 16thC and introduced centralised government, which lasts to this day.

    Finally Helen took us inside the Kremlin walls. A very ...

    Moscow - lost in translation

    A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 30, 2013

    16 photos

    ... in case it is some sort of explosive device. Good safety measure but it doesn’t make you feel that safe.

    Historical political propaganda is everywhere. Lenin is everywhere. There is almost no Stalin evidence as Khrushchev removed a lot of the Stalin memorials. Russia lost 30 million people in WW2 and they are very proud of thier victory (think lots of memorials with soldiers stamping on Nazi swastikas, etc.)

    There is still a serious hangover from the ...

    Momentarily in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by choyt1427 on Jul 19, 2013

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    2:30-2:45 PM Get lost while trying to actually find info session location #2 (the instructions to "turn right at the yellow building" doesn't help if you are faced with three yellow buildings on a single street corner)
    2:55 PM arrive at venue minutes before scheduled start time of 3:00 PM
    3:00-6:00 PM Info session #2 plus 2 hours of Q&A!
    6:00 PM Painful walk back to hotel after standing in heels for the past three ...