Eugene Hotel

Fridrikha Engels Str. 20, Moscow, Central Russia, 105005, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Moscow - day 2

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... of this section were made of wood. The Old Russian name for wood happens to be 'Kitay’, the same word for China!! The second theory is that the walls of the outer city were built by Italian engineers. The Italian name for city is Citta. This was then 'shoe-horned in to the Russian language and from this, morphed in to the word ‘Kitay’!!

After an expensive breakfast in a rather innocuous looking café, we met up with our guide, Elena at 10:45. We were ...

Sore Feet Take Moscow by Storm

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel


... 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 ...

A cultural day

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


Friday was a rest day between the Congress and the start of the championships. Fletcher and I decided to revisit the Pushkin Museum which we had first seen in 1980. We remembered the great collection of Impressionist paintings and other great art that it contained.

We set out on the Metro and got off at Arbatskaya to retrace my steps of the other day. We eventually found the park which we saw was named after Gogol and walked down to the street. Following the signs we ...

How lucky are we. Joint publication.

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40


... art and the best artists in the land presented the communist ideology. Everyday heroes were celebrated in different types of art. The stations we saw were lavishly decorated with statues, reliefs and mosaic panels. Stalin's favourite station -Ploshchad Revolyutsii- has 80 life size bronze sculptures of Soviet citizens and we had to follow the tradition of rubbing the already polished nose of a guard dog.
Not all Metro stations are so lavish - some are ...

Spring Arrives

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty


... of the Savior and walked around the park there. Marty took me to see the crypt, where I had not been on my previous visit. It really is quite lovely, dark and solemn and not gaudy, which frankly is how the church upstairs strikes me. We had a cappuccino outside at a cafe and then walked over a nearby bridge, which crosses the Moscow River and has great views of the Kremlin. It seemed as if everyone in Moscow was out walking and smiling and welcoming spring.


This hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Moscow Metro, St. Basil's Cathedral (Pokrovsky Sobor), Izmailovo Park, and Andrei Sakharov Museum.
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