Victory Apartments

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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Welcome to Russia Comrades

A travel blog entry by claireanddave


... t expecting too much to be honest, as we had only ever really seen this part of our trip as a place to jump on the train to Beijing. However what we have seen, has been quite impressive - St Basils cathedral is immediately eye catching, popping up in the middle of the city with it's brightly coloured domes and unique architecture. Red square was unfortunately covered in some building works and Lenin's mausoleum was closed so that was a bit disappointing. We never ventured into ...

Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... time we unpacked it was almost 8pm. Time for a wander and something to eat. We studied the map before we left and decided to head out in the direction of Gorky Park, a 300-acre green belt that runs along side the Moskva River. During the post-Soviet era Gorky Park used to host an amusement park with fun fairs, various amusement rides, a Ferris wheel and one of the mock-ups (test units) from the Buran space shuttle program. Over the years the rides became ...

Day 7 - Moscow & beyond!!

A travel blog entry by kimrichings


... amp; sizes is endless but god knows what's in them. So I settle for a sausage roll equivalent (a big fat frank wrapped in thick pastry) not too bad but could do with some........ mayo. You know what if I didn't know better I'd think I had just seen the bloke from An Idiot Abroad. Sitting people watching again and thinking about how many people we have seen pass in front on us today, where are they all going? Some have been waiting in the station as long as we have. God my ...

No more vodka please

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony


... the real Russia’.

We even got there before the guards with them goose stepping every where and guarding the eternal flames to comemerate the victims of the 2nd World War. We had a guide who took us on an introductory walking tour of central Moscow and gave us some insight into the landmarks. We walked down a couple of lovely park-like boulevards in the middle of the road and also visited the Yeliseev delicatessen which had not changed since the ...

Moscow - day two

A travel blog entry by andreimunteanu

... park where you could on one hand play sports, rent bikes or roller skates, or just sit on the grass or on the variety of interesting chairs and sunbeds. Brought some food from a local supermarket and made a picnic. It was delightful. Could have spent the whole day there without no caring. People were reading under on sunbeds under the shadow of the trees, others were playing games and others were just enjoying a well deserved rest. Time ...


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