Sevastopol Hotel

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

Fast Train to Moscow

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 19, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

... were several impersonators loitering just outside being paid to have photos with the tourists. The Stalin and Lenin were very popular, but Putin was looking a bit lonely.

We sat down and took it all in for a while before taking a bunch of happy snaps, making onion ring hats. Again we noticed lots of really gorgeous, stylish women hand in hand with pudding-faced Russian blokes. ...

Moscow - Day One

A travel blog entry by scottnolt on Feb 21, 2014

26 photos

... morning, with the temperatures hovering near freezing, but we felt pretty fortunate as that is unseasonably warm for Moscow in the winter, and we had noticed temperatures in the single digits farenheit (-10 to -15 C) in the weeks prior to the olympics.

Walking across the cobble stoned Red Square it was impossible not to be struck by the size of the space, and the sheer weight of the historical significance of ...

Rainy Days in Moscow

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 53 photos

... so we hopped on the metro and purchased tickets for $10 each at the stadium box office. The venue only held a crowd of 5,500, so every seat in the house is a good one. CSKA Moscow was playing a team from Riga, Latvia, and from my untrained eye, it seemed to lack the intensity of an NHL game. A couple boys from Canada played on both teams, as well as some former NHL players, such as Viktor Kozlov, former Calgary Flame Oleg "Streakin'" Saprykin, and Sandis ...

Moscow- Old and New

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 15, 2013

12 photos

... Russia lost 22 million people during the war, 14% of the population. It's such an astounding number I'm still having trouble processing it. By comparison, we lost .5M people, nearly all of them soldiers, and they represented .3% of the population. Russia lost over 6 million civilians alone to the war. It's hard to fathom that number of people and the grim conditions in the cities when there was no food and people turned to eating their family pets to stay alive.

We ...

Moscow.... the final stop

A travel blog entry by annemariehellem on Jul 12, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

Arriving in Moscow in sunshine was a pleasure. Jan Willem was in Moscow some 15 years ago, the rest of the family had never been there. Apart from the Red Square, we had no imagination of the city. Therefore it was very nice to see the immense city with its wide boulevards and well maintained buildings in the city centre. We stayed at a family near Victory Park (Park Pobebi for insiders) which is also very close to the metro. Very ...