Victory Apartments

Address: Building 3 Office 104, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow, Russia

A travel blog entry by gillmison on Jan 25, 2015

3 comments, 14 photos

... an hour listening to local Russian music. Arriving at the hotel felt very familiar. Probably because it is a Hilton Doubletree and I spent 3 days a week in the one in Ealing. (Steph they still give you a cookie, even in Moscow) We have been out and about. We braved the metro and went to Red Square and the Kremlin. We also managed to pick up our transiberian tickets even though the office really was in the middle of nowhere. The 'CityMaps2Go' app saved us ...

Sunrises towards Russia

A travel blog entry by ruthelspeth on Aug 19, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... city centre. From home (Perth) to hotel we have been up roughly 32 hours. Our lovely Ararat Hotel is nearby to the Bolshoi Theatre, Red Square & Kremlin. We have already had a dip in the 15 mtr pool & Roman sauna as a means to stay awake till early this evening. There is a mini coffee machine in our room but Arthur was not impressed so we had a coffee bag from home & milk delivered through room service. Now time for a ...

Moscow... Peeling Back the Curtains Comrade

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jun 05, 2014

29 photos


As the train approached Moscow the conductor woke everyone up. In my aisle upper bunk I began to pack up my things. Soon the train arrived in Москв 72;. Disembarking in the former Soviet capital, I felt a true sense of accomplishment. We were, after all, in the capital of the former СССР (Soviet Union), a place that seemed so untouchable in my youth. Our new friend Martin accompanied us as we ...

Moscow - day 3

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 19, 2014

1 comment, 49 photos

... boats. He wanted to create a major seaport so was responsible for moving the capital of Russia from Moscow to St. Petersburg in 1712 before Lenin renamed St. Petersburg, Leningrad and moved the capital back to Moscow in 1918. Phew, it was all go in those days, wasn’t it?!!

On passing through Statue Park we were once again facing the entrance to Gorky Park. It looked so different in the daylight. Colder. You could say it looked different in the cold light ...

Day 10 - Make or Break in Moscow

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 09, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... left hand. Left hand?! I can't do anything with my left hand. Why do I need to be ambidextrous at knife throwing?! Arguably it helps with the technique as you have to concentrate so much more on your weak side. We start to be able to get the knife to the board with some level of consistency and then our instructor motions for us to be put our knives down. He walks us over to three axes in front of three bits of tree stump and starts smashing the axe overhand into the ...