Dostoevskaya Business Apartments

Building 3, Office 104, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Welcome to Russia Comrades

A travel blog entry by claireanddave


... as money is tight.

We watched the changing of the guard, who were keeping a watchful eye over the 'Tomb of the Unknown Solider' (To which David couldn't stop whistling The Doors song). How the guards wore all that uniform in this baking heat and not pass out is a mystery. More than just a tourist attraction though - one old lady climbed over the fence and tried to lay a rose on the tomb but one of the guards soon came running over blowing his whistle demanding her to stop. ...

Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... and the park territory was swamped with cheap attractions and cafes. In 2011 Gorky Park underwent a major reconstruction. All amusement rides have been removed in order to transform the place into an eco-friendly recreational zone. All that is left is the space shuttle, a stark reminder of the Soviet era space race.

During the 20-minute walk, we had to navigate some major road. These are 4 or 5 lane highways with a constant stream of traffic ranging ...

Day 7 - Moscow & beyond!!

A travel blog entry by kimrichings


... so numb on this seat and I becoming as paranoid as Lauren with the use of hand sanitizer, good job I brought a good supply. We still don't have a clue where to go but at about 20.30 we walk down to the platform where we saw the station sign earlier & look for people who might be doing the same as us, the place is still packed. The only useful piece of information is that our training tickets says train 4 at 21.35 and we see this info on one of the timetable boards but ...

No more vodka please

A travel blog entry by nicoleandtony


... After all the Asian temples, it was nice to see churches again and we visited St Basils on Red Square, as one of the most famous examples of a Russian Orthodox church. Inside it is made up of 9 different chapels. Upstairs, there were 3 men singing choral music which was lovely and very atmospheric.

For lunch, we visited a canteen restaurant called ‘Mu Mu’ which has a plastic cow outside each shop. It is self-service so you take your tray and pick ...

Moscow - day two

A travel blog entry by andreimunteanu

... so fast, and a battle plan had to be made. I wanted to go to the Zoo but I also wanted to take a boat tour but also go out at 10pm. It would have been to tighht without any time to enjoy. So the boat tour won in favor of the Zoo. Took an amazng boat tour on the Moszka river, getting to admire everything from the american-russian space shutle to the wonderful .... Bridge (where we noticed kids climbed on top of the ceiling) to Peter the ...

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