Sevastopol Hotel

Address: Yushun'skaya Bol'shaya ulitsa, d. 1A, Moscow, Central Russia, 117303, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow to Yekaterinburg: the first day

A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 20, 2014

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... carriage looked to be from another era, inside it was carpeted, curtained, clean, with linen tablecloth and snacks already provided on the table. At 16:53 train number 16 pulled out of the station heading for Yekaterinburg via Kazan so smoothly and silently we did not at first realize we were off - on our great adventure! The first visitor to our compartment was an official someone or other asking if we wanted to buy lottery tickets. ...

Hi...Is Mr. Putin Home?

A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 09, 2014

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... be our home for the next few days. It was a really nice place. Compared to our horrid accomodations in St. Petersburg, it was a palace. It was not soon after we settled in that I received an email from my stepfather informing me that one of the family dogs, Mazie, was going to have to be euthanized. I was devastated. We had always been particularly close, Mazie and I. I was temporarily living with my mother and stepfather when they brought her home as a puppy nearly ...

Moscow museums and Gorky Park

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 11, 2014

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... pictures allowed in any of the churches in the Kremlin, but it wasn’t a problem in St. Basil’s. The atmosphere was also helped by an a cappella ensemble of four men called Doros. They were singing operatic church hymns, and while it wouldn’t typically be something I liked, it fit perfectly with the surroundings, so it was great.

By the time I’d finished up at St. Basil’s the weather ...

Moscow - Day 2

A travel blog entry by scottnolt on Feb 22, 2014

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... history back to the Stone Age. From the outside the museum looks huge, casting an imposing figure on the edge of Red Square. On the inside, it is a sprawling museum spread across 3 levels and more than 40 exhibition halls. We really enjoyed the museum as it not only gave a thorough narrative of Russian history from the Stone Ages through the 19th century, with thousands of artifacts throughout, it also gave us a look at history from the Russian ...

Moscow - day two

A travel blog entry by andreimunteanu on Jul 19, 2013

... while there (going from shot glasses to tables and chairs). T try: russian palinka. It's pretty strong and sweet. Russian beer is fine to, plus at this pub you had the option of having a 0,5l 1,5l 3,5l serving. As advice the russian weitresses arent that nice and if its crouded maybe think in advance what you should eat and drink and order it all in one shot. It wasa great time here, loved it, loved it a lot. Moscow, be good. See you next ...