Planernoe Hotel

Novogorsk Town, Himkinsky District , Moscow, Central Russia, 141400 , Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Week 2

A travel blog entry by jackcondron

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... of the road, filled the car up at 60 p a litre and carried onto Moscow.We made it to Moscow, only one drama on the way, it rained a lot and the car didn't like that. It wasn't running right and although I was able to maintain a speed of 50 MPH I was a little worried. We managed to make it though and as soon as we sat in traffic for ten minutes and the engine warmed right up it sorted it self out. I am guessing something dried out :)

Finding somewhere to ...

Majestic Moscow

A travel blog entry by ozvere

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... by the University of Moscow (a present from the State to celebrate the 200 year founding (in 1955)) and view across the Moscow River, over the olympic stadium and out to the financial centre, the Kremlin and (what tourists call) the 7 sisters (skyscraper buildings built after the war to prove to the world that the USSR had risen from the ashes). We were blessed with fine weather and a clear view.

Next was ...

Putin, Power and the $10 Latte

A travel blog entry by alleifer

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... for churches and art museums in Moscow were primarily to educate, commemorate and glorify events and personalities in Russian history. We see St. Basil Cathedral, The State Tretyakov Gallery, the cathedrals of the Kremlin, the Armory (with all the tsar’s crowns and the empresses’ dresses and carriages) and, most impressively, the Diamond Fund, a private gallery that holds all the incredible diamond and platinum royal jewelry. Empress Elizabeth had ...

The last 5 days...

A travel blog entry by graceandgary

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... Tower. We also saw the Cathedral of the Archangel (burial place for the Tzar's until 1712), Cathedral of the Annunciation (essentially the royal chapel), Cathedral of the Assumption (where the Tzar's and Tzarina's were crowned and the patriarchs [head of the Russian Orthodox Church] were buried) and the Church of the Deposition of the Robe. The Pushkin Cafe was our next stop for some dinner and wine. A slightly up market affair with footmen in ...

A Moscow Weekend

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... does subway stations like the communists. They really decorate their subways. In Moscow, each station has a theme and is decorated to that theme. St. Petersburg is the same and so is North Korea. Unfortunately, in North Korea, you aren't allowed to take photos of the subway so I can't compare the opulence. St. Petersburg is the deepest, I think, since it is pretty much built on former ...

       

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