Hostel Orange na Sadovom

Sadovaya-Spasskaya Str., 17/2, Moscow, Central Russia, 107078, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow


A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock


... everyone in the Post Office who is in line, still basically dressed like eskimos on account of the below freezing point windy weather, were looking at me like I had completely lost my mind. Two of them started cracking up and pointing, and the lady behind the counter who didn’t speak a word of English rubbed her arms in a deep concern. This is where I smiled, paid, and walked out, enduring the 2 minute walk back to the hotel thanks to my ...


A travel blog entry by errolandtrish

... today which is really a city within a city. Amazing to be there. Inside they had a number of old churches and one of them contained the bodies of past Tzars and royalty.
Witnessed a military parade which was also a highlight.
Off to see the Cossacks tonight then leaving for home tomorrow. See you all in a coupla days.

Momentarily in Moscow

A travel blog entry by choyt1427


... 15-6:30 PM Lap around the block to assess dinner options
6:30- 7:00 PM Sit in room and seriously contemplate how far I am willing to walk for dinner. Research local restaurants, discover one must try "Georgian" cuisine while in Moscow. Discover a place one block a way. Change shoes and head out for dinner.
7:00-8:30 PM Dinner at Saperavi. See photos! Food was interesting and delicious.
8:30 PM Stop at Upsidedown Cakes to grab dessert ...


A travel blog entry by ramblerrose


... more like a mall on 3 floors with little botique shops.
The Kremlin is a fortress surrounded by a high red brick wall interspersed with towers.
Inside are palaces and 4 cathedrals - all with their own onion domes - plus the Armoury. In the Armoury Museum in the Kremlin we saw every thing from crown jewels to Tsarist's dresses to carriages, etc.


Red Square

A travel blog entry by roystan


... comes up and in a wide gentle bend and just touches the Kremlin before returning south. Just before completing the trip around we came across the geographic center of Moscow. Moscow is built in circles about the Kremlin and Red square, and a large brass plaque in in the square marks the geographic center. We stood on it like many others did and threw a coin and made a wish. Only I think I forgot to wish. Apparently if you do that, your dreams ...


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