Address: Litovskiy Blvd, 3a, Moscow, Central Russia, 117593, Russian Federation | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    Chasing tanks

    A travel blog entry by jmayo on May 04, 2015

    7 comments, 26 photos

    ... the political unrest between us. She laughed and said "yeah, you should hear what they're saying about YOU here!" But then she said "but that's just the media, you know?" And I thought, how refreshing to be somewhere that understands there's a difference between what's on the news and the truth. Or a government and the general population. She also said there's a joke here that it's better to visit Russia before Russia visits you! We saw St Basils, which is actually ...

    Day 4, Moscow and Sailing

    A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 15, 2014

    6 photos

    ... get a peek into how Russian government officials spend their days. New goal: work for the government when we move to Moscow. Ilya showed us two of the most important cathedrals in the square, the Archangel Cathedral, and the Dormition Cathedral. Most of the Tsars were baptized, married, and buried within this sect of cathedrals in the square. We got to see where Ivan the Terrible was coronated and buried. It was really interesting, and the perfect Russian history lesson. Fun ...

    Click Clack Click Clack

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 01, 2014

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... then she took her bags and waddled out of the station. Homeless I suppose. There was an announcement in Russian, and the "delay" column lit up with "20:00". I saw someone looking at their ticket as well as looking at the electronic board, so I wandered over with my ticket, pointed to the train number on my ticket then to their ticket, hoping to figure out if they were on the same train as us so that we could follow them, but their ticket was bought at the station whereas ours ...

    Rainy Days in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 13, 2013

    1 comment, 53 photos

    ... the passengers to look up to admire the station's art, as if they were looking up at the sun and - by extension - him as God. The advanced electrical system and custom-designed, lavish chandeliers were also a demonstration of the party's greatness. We paid $1 each and spent one rainy day riding the trains to check out the most beautiful stations.

    Our apartment was about five blocks away from the closest station and very easy to find. We knew it wasn't ...


    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 14, 2013

    4 photos

    ... line. Diniz, the Frenchman who made the early walking only to fade, stop a couple of times and look as though he was dropping out, looked in a bad way. It's a struggle that gets to me emotionally in just the same way as a marathon. That afternoon, we had a semi organised tour. Semi, in that the team had asked their transport organiser to sort something out, which is a bit like asking me to direct a bus driver round the sights of London. Right you ...