Artel Hotel

Teatralny Proezd, 3, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow - day 2

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

2
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... lived up to expectations and although this wasn’t the ‘Bolshoi experience’, Roisin and I both enjoyed our afternoon where we could sit down in the warm and be entertained for 8 each.

To enter the Kremlin a fee is attached. As we had Theatre tickets, we were admitted free of charge. As we left the Theatre, the Palace, whatever you want to call it, it would be a shame not to have a wander around the Kremlin Grounds.

The current president, ...

A cultural day

A travel blog entry by mrsmac

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... for another beer (it was very thirsty work) Led to some great people watching albeit it did cost $30 for the two.

That night we had a nice meal at the I Love Beef restaurant at the hotel which was less expensive than the others. I had a Russian rabbit dish which was fantastic while ******** opted for fish and chips. No wine as prices are astronomical but we are getting the taste for the local beer!. A quiet night to prepare for the busyness of the next week.


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Wendy's Moscow

A travel blog entry by jeffandwen-40

3
18

... brimming with people. Beer o'clock again - showered and changed for dinner. Went to a local dumpling restaurant where we enjoyed small, delicious Siberian meat dumplings and mushroom and white sauce pelmenis followed by thin pancakes with honey. Washed down with Italian white wine. Back to our hotel - light just fading at 11:oo pm.Beautiful.
Tomorrow- another Greeter day!







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Finally Back in Europe!

A travel blog entry by samwilding

Just a quick one this time!

I have finally arrived in Moscow after 4 nights on the train, which were much the same as the first stint on the Trans-Siberian, albeit a little more social - we had cabinmates!

On the first night we shared with a Russian couple named Sergei and Tatiana. They spoke minimal English, but with the help of the phrase book we managed to establish that they were engaged, didn't want to drink vodka, but didn't mind if we did!

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First Day on the Volga River

A travel blog entry by christinehiking

2
18

... of its length for three months each year. The Moscow Canal, the Volga-Don Canal, and the Mariinsk Canal systems form navigable waterways connecting Moscow to the White Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Caspian Sea, the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea. On our way to our first port of call, Uglich, we pass the famous bell-tower of Saint Nicholas's Cathedral (built in 1800) which rises high above the surface of the Volga River. Uglich is ...

 

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