Petrovka Loft

Address: Petrovka St., 17/2, Moscow, Central Russia, 10703, Russian Federation | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Orlov Paleontology Museum, Serebryanyi Bor Park, Vysoko-Petrovsky Monastery, and Mayor's Office.
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    A Walk with Svetlana - Absorbing Moscow City

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 11, 2015

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    ... including death by firing squad. Today, the building is covered by a canvas tent structure.



    We had chosen the Russian lunch and vodka tasting option as part of our tour. We don't normally eat lunch when we travel but we had to admit that it was a good way to rest and have a break from sightseeing. Our tour was almost complete but the three quarters of an hour walk to the small restaurant for lunch was enjoyable and interesting in ...

    Epilogue

    A travel blog entry by andrew.bennin on Apr 02, 2015

    3 comments

    ... I changed my airfare to europe at the last second (iceland to scotland instead of iceland-sweden-germany). 43 days in western europe could be worse.

    In general I went pretty cheap on accommodations. I only stayed at hotels at 4 places (Bayeux, Rouen, Gimmelwald, and Riomaggiore). Otherwise I stayed at hostels. The cheapest place I stayed at was the hostel in Siena, which was about $16 a night. Most expensive was the hotel in Riomaggiore ($54 ...

    Oh Art Where Art Thou?

    A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... types of grains but not in over abundance. When people began to migrate north to make their own way and get away from the serfdom that had developed in the south they had to adapt there agriculture techniques so they could plow the tougher but better soil. This involved casting metal ploughs and training oxen to pull the heavier equipment. Once this technique was mastered the Northerners were able to grow wheat far more abundantly then ...

    Goodbye Moscow

    A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... of the apple strudel with a side of ice cream we thought we ordered, we received a big bowl of ice cream each, with a side of ice cream. It was actually delicious, but we both couldn't eat that much ice cream. It was a relatively inexpensive meal except that because of my cold and the heat and humidity of Moscow, I had a constant craving for orange juice, especially fresh which of course jacks up the price a bit. We both slept pretty well that night even though ...

    Days 34-38 Moscow

    A travel blog entry by tadtravels on Sep 06, 2013

    63 photos

    ... historical information about everything we saw and Tom was in heaven.

    We were in Moscow on Moscow City Day. There was much going on in the city but the Moscow police had taken it to be their mission to disperse any crowds and access to Red Square was off limits to everyone except those invited to attend special political speeches going on there. Although we were unable to enter the square itself, we walked all around everywhere else and saw the ...