Dostoevskaya Business Apartments

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

Our days in Moscow

A travel blog entry by travelnewz on Aug 31, 2015

49 photos

... s first impression was "wow" this is nothing like I expected. In spite of the sanctions you get no sense things have really slowed down and it feels like every other vibrant major world capital with energy, lots of people and tourists and a huge variety of things to do. The downside clearly is the language as the alphabet is totally different so impossible to figure anything out. On our second day we started off with a visit to the Tretkakov Gallery, the ...


A travel blog entry by sarah.sam2015 on Jun 23, 2015

1 comment, 8 photos

... Zoya which is made up of lots of different chapels inside each of the domes and various staircases and tunnels. The decorations are a lot simpler than some of the other churches had been. There was a choir singing in one of the chapels too.

After that was a quick look in a big mall next to the square that had all the fancy shops in it then it was back on the bus to tour the city. I kept nodding off for a lot of this! What I caught was ...

Moscow - Week 49.5

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Dec 17, 2014

15 photos

... and we were able to find the building and even signs for Tourist Information, but all the security guard at the door could tell us was that it was closed. We couldn't establish whether it was closed for the day, not yet open or closed all together? After entering the building on the pretext that we were going to visit the Patriotic Museum, we found where the tourist information office had been, and it was closed and completely ...

Sergiev Posad

A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 21, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

Following my breakfast of boiled sausage, ham and eggs, and black coffee, I was met in the foyer by Maxim who was to be my guide and another man who was to be my driver for the day. A third man, Nicholas, was there to collect my 9,500 roubles (AUD 290.00) for a days visit to Sergiev Posad. I had decided that as I had already seen the French impressionists at the Puskin Gallery and the traditional Russian art, including the famous Andrei Rublev icon of the Trinity, at ...

Underground, overground and beyond

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 12, 2014

6 photos

... They are actually well loved and have shiny parts, such as a dog's nose which is shiny from being touched for good luck. Others stations have gilded depictions of battles, or the siege of Leningrad, or daily life in the Ukraine. Lots of the stations have grand chandeliers, and most are clad in shiny marble...and all for 40 rubles ( about 70p in 2014) for any journey! Our next stop was the Space Museum which is underground under the Monument to the Conquerors of ...