Silky Way

Address: 45 Leninskiy propekt, Moscow, Central Russia, 140060, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 45 Leninskiy propekt, Moscow.
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    Day 2, Moscow

    A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 13, 2014

    8 photos

    ... finally headed out to see the city. Ross and I opted to do the Moscow Up Close tour, which is mostly by foot and metro. The group was pretty small, which was really nice. The metro is only a 10 minute walk from our ship, so we headed to the city center pretty quickly. Our first stop was to look at a few of the soviet era metro stations. During that era, the Russian government put a lot of effort and work into making their metro stations works or art. Honestly, I ...

    Doing the offski after an emotional roller coaster

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jul 30, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... and at the moment it just feels like another short trip away. (Our flight out here was our 18th flight this year already). I'm not sure at what point I will realise what we are actually doing. (Nothing new there). It's been a roller coaster recently. For years I've been giving myself reasons why I wanted to leave the UK but the past few weeks I've been putting up barriers and trying to convince myself I should pull the plug on the whole thing. I think I've gone mad. Poor Anya, ...

    Moscow the final days of the Trans-Siberian phase

    A travel blog entry by smkrem on Sep 06, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... be lining up for tickets to the Kremlin by 930am and she wasn't arriving to our hotel until then. When she finally arrived, after she went to the wrong hotel, she really didn't fill us with confidence and as the day transpired we wished we'd cut her away much earlier. I won't go through all the trials and tribulations we had with this lady, Helen, but just know she couldn't navigate (both through streets, or the Metro), she kept us waiting for ...

    Moscow - lost in translation

    A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 30, 2013

    16 photos

    ... Metro station. After orienting ourselves, we dived straight into sightseeing. We took a bunch of tours with a local guide Irina who was by far the friendliest Muscovite we met. We saw all the big sights of Moscow. St Basil’s cathedral was amazing although smaller than we expected. Lenin’s tomb was suitably serious looking. The Red Square looks every bit like it should be filled with marching military and tanks. We even saw the office in the Kremlin where Mr Putin goes to ...

    Listening to the wind of change

    A travel blog entry by marrre on Jul 04, 2013

    10 photos

    ... it's not where the Duma is, nor is it where Putin lives. It is, however, the historical power centre of Russia, and as such is mostly built of churches, each with more golden domes than the next. An interesting factoid about the orthodox cross: As is well-known, it has two smaller bonus beams; one over the main beam and one closer to the bottom. The lower one is tilted, and if you ever lose your direction in Moscow, look to the sky: you'll see the dome of an orthodox ...