Royal Zenith Hotel Ii

Address: Khoroshevskogo Serebryanogo Bora 1-st line, d. 7, build. 1, Moscow, Central Russia, 123103, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near VVC Exhibition Center (VDNKh), Sokolniki Park, Moscow White House (Bely Dom), and Satirikon Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Russian History Time Line Summary

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 10, 2015

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... the Tsardom of Russia.

1581
Cossacks begin conquering Siberia for Russia.

1613
National Council elects Michael Romanov as Tsar of Russia, ending a long period of instability and foreign intervention. The Romanov dynasty rules Russia until 1917 revolution.

1689-1725
Peter the Great introduces far-reaching reforms, including a regular conscript army and navy, subordinating the Orthodox Church to himself and ...

Heading off

A travel blog entry by altlast on Mar 25, 2015

2 comments, 3 photos

... and locked position dude to his size. He was listening to music that I really don't care for so loud that I could still hear it when I had my ear buds in. I thought that flight was going to be 3 hours of unhappiness but it turned out pretty good. For some reason the woman in the aisle seat was moved somewhere else. So after we took off and the fasten seatbelt sign went off the man moved. Why he didn't move before, I don't know. Once he moved, I had space and I couldn't ...

Moscow, Russia

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

3 comments, 87 photos

... paid off and we hired him for the transfer after it was apparent no one was showing up from the hotel.

As it turned out, the transfer company was waiting an answer to an e-mail. They sent me a message asking for my cell phone number in case there was a mix-up at the train station. Unfortunately, I didn't get the e-mail until getting to the hotel in Moscow and turning on my ...

Moscow Part III: Politics

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 25, 2014

30 photos

... and police that stood guard throughout the fair grounds. Of course after the show(s), they all sat around, exchanged gifts (vodka mostly), and talked about how they hate their “fascist” government. In their defense, the repercussions for criticizing the government or the state church, Russian Orthodox, can be quite severe. This is evidenced by the arrests of members of the band Pussy Riot (that’s the ...

Click Clack Click Clack

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 01, 2014

5 comments, 19 photos

... our tickets, he said something in Russian that we didn't understand - but his hand signals may possibly have indicated "not yet". We put our stuff down on a free seat next to an old lady whose sleeping was only interrupted by an occasional terrible cough, and waited. While we were waiting, another police officer wandered over, looking at us, and got his baton out. I was starting to freak out a little bit, but then us used the baton to prod the old lady awake. They had a short conversation ...