Tsaritsino Hotel

Address: Shipilovskiy proezd, d. 47, Moscow, Central Russia, 115551, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Day 4, Moscow and Sailing

A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 15, 2014

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... from Philly who are celebrating their 14th wedding anniversary. Apparently our age gave us away as newlyweds...10 days today... Tomorrow we have a small change in plans and will be traveling to Yaroslavl. The Volga river is too shallow due to the unseasonably dry summer so we will be going by bus instead. No big deal, we are just excited to see the markets. Time to get some sleep, we don't have to leave the ship until 2:00 tomorrow so we get to sleep in...yay!!! Goodnight- ...

Muscovite Blues

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 11, 2013

... up all over the place. Overall it doesn't give a very inviting feeling. Plus everything is soooo expensive! In St Petersburg you can still get cheap street food. Here though you really struggle to do that. None of the sights I saw today particularly wowed me either. Not even the Kremlin. The cathedrals were beautiful and seeing the tombs of the Tsars going back to the first Romanovs right to the early 15th century Grand Princes of ...

Moscow- Old and New

A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 15, 2013

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... onion domes (it's the one the reporter on CNN will be standing in front of while reporting from Moscow) is on the east end, and the State History museum, in a 19th century building, is on the west end. It's a great area for people-watching: we heard spanish, russian, french, british, and japanese accents. The cobble-stone square is best navigated in flats or sneakers, but that didn't stop some of the fashion-plate women from trying to do it in stilettos. We wandered around, ...

Listening to the wind of change

A travel blog entry by marrre on Jul 04, 2013

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... scale, on more stations and of bigger variety to their impressiveness.
Also at the metro, the Russians proved to be quite the superstitious crowd. Whenever they get the chance, they invent some tradition, or old charter, or something, to turn their luck the right way. Touching the nose and paws at the statues of dogs at Ploshchad Revolyutsii metro station is one such.

The metro is, in and of itself, one of the many points of interest in the Russian ...


A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 21, 2013


... Georgian restaurants all over. As I like to detail our food adventures (so I remember them), I will post an account of our dinner.

Back from dinner. It was delightful. The restaurant was Dzhondzholi, and it was Georgian. As with the North Korean place, there was a video monitor displaying local color, in this case, Georgian festivities, including a wedding. We saw a group of women playing tambourines while ...