Dostoevskaya Business Apartments

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

First Full Day in Moscow

A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 16, 2014

15 photos

... walked across a bridge over the Moscow River to attend a concert of Russian music given by The Moscow Folk Orchestra in the Tretyakov Museum. The bridge has lots of metal "trees" on which married couples hang a locked padlock to ensure a long marriage. The orchestra is made up of young people playing mainly balalaikas and mandolins and an excellent lady opera singer gave a brilliant performance of two songs. A really excellent entertaining evening.


Last day in Moscow

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 16, 2014

53 photos

... of time and it WAS OPEN, (didn't see the guy who told us it wouldn’t be open until Thursday) so after waiting in line we presented our pre-filled in applications only to be advised that the fast track fee had to be in US dollars!

Next hurdle! I (Allan) set off to look for a nearby bank. Found one but you had to select from a machine the type of transaction I wanted then take a numbered slip and wait in the appropriate line. Trouble ...

Moscow arriving safely

A travel blog entry by keasmith on Mar 13, 2014

4 comments, 5 photos

... paper work to sign. We obtained our Russian visa back in December obtaining our visa invitation thru our hostel. On reflection Natalia (who we booked our train tickets thru) advised they could of helped with the invitation with no charge.

Bags were there waiting and after a quick discussion we opted for a taxi over the train. The taxi cost 1800 Rubbles (30 - 10 each for 24km) it was quick and lovely to see the suburbs turn ...

A journey through thick fog, rain, & a little

A travel blog entry by adrian-alsop on Sep 11, 2013

... good enough English to translate. The proprietor and wife sons from Armenia. We chat for about an hour they have no where to go they sleep on the premises and invite me to stay in a spare room. By this time it's getting late its dark, I have done 564 miles and I need to sleep, so I graciously accept they refuse all offerings of money for food or board, I think they are just nice people who want to talk about the world and events and at least they smile and laugh in like a lot of ...

WC final day

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 18, 2013

4 photos

... man. "John", I said. "Michael", he replied, redundant-but-modestly. Although it was sad that the thing was over-I didn't feel I could show up at the party as a hanger on-that was one pretty cool last act, and I strolled back to the hostel trying to switch my head from 'end of adventure and no more chats with that lot' to 'new adventure and am I set?' Summary: 1:30:15, 17.66km, bye bye Moscow, bye bye commentary team, bye bye walking past elite athletes and saying 'excuse me' etc to Phil et ...