Tverskaya Studio

Address: Bogoslovskiy pereulok 12, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Yury Dolgoruky Monument, Crimean Bridge (Krymsky Most), Bagration Bridge, and Mayor's Office.
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Train Accommodations

A travel blog entry by grandmagoesto on Sep 12, 2014

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The size of
my bed on the train is less than the width of my couch. On the Chinese train there
is an upper bunk, small chair & table. Total space is the size of the area
rug in my living room; not bad. On the Russian train there are side by side
beds with the area in the middle having a small table against the window. This
space between is 1 foot 3 inches, which is perfect for ...

A challenging day in Moscow

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 14, 2014

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... been given by the guy at the Embassy was in fact the Embassy’s address!!!!

Well in desperation and prepared to knock on the embassy’s door again we opened the door of another building in the street that had a small hand written note on the door to see if they had any ideas. ‘Lo and behold’ it wasn’t the Consulate, but in fact was where applications for Visa’s for NEW ZEALAND could be made!

Girl at the counter ...

Our Final Day Togeather

A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 13, 2014

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... shopping at a western mall where students bought caviar and other cultural delights. We spent a restful night at Hotel Aeroflot.

Quote if the day

Student One: This is awesome.

Student Two: It’s better than nothing.

Student One: Yes its ok.



A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Oct 24, 2013

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... that would be the largest building in the world, complete with a 250 foot tall statue of Lenin on the top called "The Palace of the Soviets". But wait, it gets better; the statue was going to be equipped with red laser beams where Lenin’s eyes were and of course (naturally) have a helicopter pad on Lenin’s hand. Too bad World War II had to come along and distract Stalin, otherwise this beauty would have been built.

Tuesday night we had ...

Majestic Moscow

A travel blog entry by ozvere on Aug 28, 2013

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Hi All

In Moscow, free morning before we explore the fabled Moscow metro, a (famous) pedestrian street (Arbet) thence a cultural show before getting the midnight train to St Petersburg - well somebody has to do it.

We arrived in Moscow weeks ago, sorry 2 days ago, and have been everywhere and done everything and know (as in have been told but don't necessarily remember!) all of Russian history. We have ...

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