Tbilisi Hotel Moscow

13 Skaternyy pereulok, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Day 25 Moscow

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 25, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... of bridal parties there risking life and limb trying to get spectacular photoes balanced on the wall in ridiculous heels!

We then went for a ride on the Moscow Metro. This metro is the deepest in the world, up to 100 metres in places and the stations are works of art. Many were built in Stalin's time using forced labour but even the new ones they build today are built to make a statement. The escalators were so long you couldn't see the bottom and they are very crowded. We ...

A journey through thick fog, rain, & a little

A travel blog entry by adrian-alsop on Sep 11, 2013

... ring road jump on it the direction I am going and head around it for about 25 miles, it's probably the equivalent of the north circular London in rush hour just as many cars but all racing and moving about 60 mph. To aid there dispatch they have partial re Tarmac lanes 4 and 5 stripped the old away from lanes 1,2,3 leaving 4 and 5 riding about two inches higher and no white lines to be seen which gives the Muscovites a chance to make it an eight lane raceway. I get to the M1 ...

Moscow Metro

A travel blog entry by ozvere on Aug 29, 2013

4 comments, 12 photos

... regular (every 2 minutes) and stopped for 30 seconds only. We can't tell you which stations we went to (our understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet is a bit rusty). Anyway suffice to say some stations (built in the 1930's in Stalin times) were fantastic, others (built in Kuschov's time (1960's) were relatively plain) but the more recent ones are now, again, bringing art to the masses. An interesting and exhilarating experience.

We then went to ...

Bit more sightseeing today...sort off!

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad on Aug 17, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

Still in Moscow, headed of to a tank museum in a place called Kubinka about 50 km's from Moscow. We had to leave towm at 6 am to avoid the traffic, and it was bad enough then...
The museum is on an active Russian Army base and they are quite serious about what you can and can't do there. They've only recently allowed foreigners in without booking 5 weeks in advance. I'll let you read it ...

Running round Moscow

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 15, 2013

3 photos

... retraced my steps. The great thing about being forgetful, though, is that even when doing that you come across places you could swear you have never seen before. These steps? That bridge? It was all flat, I'm sure. Each day I've run this way before they have been jet washing the railings so I've had a little spray to cool me down. Today they had moved on to spray painting them, so I've caught some interesting patterns of spotty paint, instead. A good one, and I ...

 

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