Hotel Ulanskaya

16 Ulansky Side Street, Moscow, Central Russia, 101000, Russian Federation | Hotel
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    Last day in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... of time and it WAS OPEN, (didn't see the guy who told us it wouldn’t be open until Thursday) so after waiting in line we presented our pre-filled in applications only to be advised that the fast track fee had to be in US dollars!

    Next hurdle! I (Allan) set off to look for a nearby bank. Found one but you had to select from a machine the type of transaction I wanted then take a numbered slip and wait in the appropriate line. Trouble ...

    Moscow - Communism Meets Supermodels

    A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Feb 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... in Golden Eye type of way.

    2/10

    Train arrived at about 2 o' clock and so I had lots of daylight to find my hostel which gave me terrible directions and a blurry map. I was sick the last two days of the train, which you don't want to be. There was so escape. Just sat in my berth and had a messed up sleep schedule. Today I'm 10% better but just wanted to find my hostel and eat and sleep.

    After getting very lost on the metro ...

    Moscow

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

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    ... almost all comparative measures, so a dinner as seemingly mediocre as the Hard Rock Café was in reality quite a splurge.

    Tuesday morning we awoke around 9:00 and set out for our main walking tour of Moscow. We saw Lenin’s tomb, which was incredibly creepy…Lenin basically resides in this small square looking mausoleum down a couple flights of stairs. He is mummified, so his actual body is on display as if he is some sort of pharaoh, not ...

    Travelling East

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... for one journey and seem slightly more trouble than they might be. I booked my tickets through Real Russia, for instance, paying a premium so i could just book online while they navigate the rules and regs. Just buying a ticket should be straightforward, but without speaking Russian I don't know where you'd start ("hello!...um, my good man..."). That said, the self service booths at the station had English instructions, so maybe there it is possible. You must also bear in ...

    Heading to Moscow in Style

    A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... our tickets and had seats assigned, so if we missed the train we would have been in trouble. Also, I wasn't sure of the extent to which there would be signs in English. We were surprised with how smoothly it went. A large board listed all the trains and the track number. Even though the track number was partially in Cyrillic, it was easy to find it. Security was like at an airport, metal detector and scanner, but with shoes on and no limit on liquids. We were able to board ...