Kamergersky Pereulok 65 Bld. 3, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Day 6 - Moscow Day & Night

A travel blog entry by kimrichings


... don't know how they work' and not an English leaflet for anything in sight, in fact there wasn't much in there at all even though you have to go through a security arch to get in!!! I'm going to post the blog now as we need to leave the apartment, 12.00 pm day 7 and we are going to make our way to the train station. We will probably now be off the radar for 7 days as we push on across the continent toward Beijing via Mongolia. More the day 7 ...

My first steps in western Russia

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl


... and Finland was even better – more imaginative dishes.

So how to summarize this amazing experience? Maybe I’ll be fairly brief with the text and upload lots of captioned photos (a tiny fraction of the number I took!).

I flew into Moscow the evening before the tour started and stayed one night at an airport hotel. I caught no sight of beleaguered Edward Snowden, who’s holed up somewhere in no-man’s-land ...

Industry Trends and Big Macs

A travel blog entry by hunterpetrus


... that have an online booking tool, but for the most part it is not widely used. Unlike in Dubai and India, the tool is desired and would be greatly utilized. However, Olga explained that this would be a great investment that companies, suppliers, and TMC's are weary to invest in. While many people say they would use it, the parties are afraid that the investment could possibly fail. Also, due to a lack of online booking tools, mobile applications are also non-existent.

Moscow... "Yeah but"

A travel blog entry by where-ez-is


... park. The tour was great, lots of interesting facts about the city, it took us past Moscows orphanage, the largest in the world, it was huge and past the famous chocolate factory, that is now a nightclub. Gorky park was amazing, one of the best parks I've been to. Loads to do, really chilled and all free. It used to be a theme park, that was turned into a public park. It had a great fountain show, an old space shuttle, massive outdoor bean bags & you can hire roller ...

Found the other monastery.

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty


... Actually, the Danskoy Monastery that we went to the other day is prettier. But this one is particularly historic. The monastery dates back to the late thirteenth century and was the first of the many monasteries in Moscow. It was founded by St. Daniil, the son of the famous Alexander Nevsky. Stalin closed it in the '30's and murdered most of the monks. Its great historic status, however, caused it to be reopened ahead of perestroika in 1983 ...


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