Warsaw Hotel

Address: Leninsky Av., 2/1, Moscow, Central Russia, 119049, Russian Federation | Hotel
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      Moscow - Day 3

      A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 22, 2014

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... around the helipad beside the gardens. The Armoury Museum contains much more than military items. Many, many gold and silver items over the centuries for church use, royal use and ambassadorial gifts. Of course there is a large display of items made by Faberge including his eggs. Maxim commented, quite rightly I realised, that all of the popular Faberge tourist eggs etc are very gaudy and tacky as Faberge's original are beautiful for ...

      Moscow - Day One

      A travel blog entry by scottnolt on Feb 21, 2014

      26 photos

      ... Cathedral and Archangel Cathedral, and checked out Ivan's Bell Tower. The embankment the Kremlin is built on also gave great views of the city with several of Stalin's Seven Sisters looming in the distance.

      We made our way out of the Kremlin and stopped at the War of 1812 Museum before heading back to the hotel. After a bit of a rest back at the hotel we headed out to catch the men's hockey semi-finals at a nearby ...

      Moscow Russia

      A travel blog entry by ponymadbella on Feb 12, 2014

      ... with the bottle nose dolphins. She wanted to hug them but obviously couldn't. The Zebra's were pretty cool too (Kaylah agree's). After all the animals we headed to the Ice sculptor museum. It was amazing with all the neon lights lighting up the ice. There we horses, Penguins, Princesses, Lions and Ice Igloos. Very cool but sadly it's time to head to Europe to visit ...

      Moscow - day 1

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 17, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... On exiting Paveletskaya station the roads were disorienting in the snow…and the dark….and the gauntlet of commuters that were criss-crossing our path what seemed like every step of the way.

      We darted for cover inside a Starbucks and luckily found a very helpful employee who spoke good English and pointed us in the right direction.

      As we were gathering our things to leave, a young man, maybe in his early thirties approached us.

      Sore Feet Take Moscow by Storm

      A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Sep 16, 2013

      22 photos

      ... a ballet girl so I headed off on my own, taking the streets in the pouring rain. Weatherwise it's been grey and wet so dreary, would be nice to see Moscow in the sun. 10 minutes later, I strolled down Old Arbat Street and then ended up coming back the opposite way on the New Arbat Street. Old Arbat is pedestrian only with a collection of places to eat, both Russian and Western, stores and several souvenir shops. New Arbat is its modern cousin with more upscale bars and restaurants ...