Holiday Inn Moscow-Suschevsky

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

74 Suschevsky Val, Moscow, Central Russia, 129272, Russia
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 38% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Train to Moscow

by vickyjf44

Can someone tell me the cost of one way from Vienna to Moscow with sleeping compartment. Thank you

Re: Train to Moscow

by GyuriFT

DON'T EVEN THINK TO DO IT!

Because... it's crazy expensive. Luckily there is a very convenient and cheap alternative (LOL).

OK, the bad news first:

In 2/3 (second class 3-bed) it was before 12/12/2010 165.40 Euro one-way and 161.40 Euro each way for a round-trip (322.8 total). In 2-bed compartment a bed is about 1.5 times that price. The price was valid till 12/12/2010 and most likely still valid.

Who uses that "opportunity" has a lot of money to burn. And you need Belarus transit visa!

The very good news: a round-trip "CITY-STAR" ticket from Bratislava to Moscow is under 90 Euro. Add 24 Euro each way for a 2/3 sleeper, a round-trip from Bratislava in 2/3 will be thus 24 + 24 + 86 = 134 Euro.

So it's a mighty difference between 134 Euro versus 322.8 Euro. And in addition, if you board the train in Bratislava instead of Vienna - you do not need Belarus visa. That train goes via Ukraine and most Western citizens do not need Ukrainian visa (AU and NZ is exception, but even than Ukrainian transit visa is much cheaper than Belarus).

Mind you... the Vienna-Bratislava is a mere 50 miles, under 8 Euro by bus, 14 Euro by train.

An other good alternative is Budapest, but Budapest-Moscow ticket is more expensive than Bratislava-Moscow. The train is essentially the same (i.e. the Bratislava-Moscow car will be attached to Budapest-Moscow train in Chop, on Slovak-Ukrainian-Hungarian triple border).

Re: Train to Moscow

by GyuriFT

Some more info.

1) From point of view of an Englishman:

http://www.seat61.com/Russia.htm

The prices are irrelevant (the Slovakia-Russia special is not available in UK), but at least you see some so-called "WLABmee" Russian sleeper interiors. The "WLABmee" cars are newer and that kind of car goes from Vienna to Moscow via Belarus. The interior of these cars is more cramped than of older "WLABm" cars running from Budapest or Bratislava via Ukraine (cheaper prices).

2) The pictures of WLABm cars here:

http://www.railfaneurope.net/pix/ru/car/RIC_WLABm/green/pix.html

Interior: (these are Ukrainians, Russians are similar, but in better shape):

http://www.railfaneurope.net/pix/ua/car/RIC-WLAB/interior/pix.html

Travel Tips for Moscow

Russian visa for US citizens

by jlanza29

Ok, at first the visa application for US citizens looks complicated and outright intrusive asking very, very personal questions. They want an invitation from a hotel and detailed information about your trip. Western hotel such as the Hilton, Mariott and other high end hotels will fax you an invitation but usually you must pay at least one nights deposit in order for them to send you an invitation.

Instead of going thru all that we went thru a travel company that specializes with Russian visa. The cost was $130 for the visa, $30 for the invitation and $30 for there service and $20 for FEDEX back to your house.

The company is called Travel visa Pro they have 4 different offices all over the states there web site is www.travelvisapro.com

Processing time for the visa was 10 days ...

Highly recommend this service doing it on your own is almost impossible ... Travel Visa pro takes care of everything all you have to do is send your passport in and they take care of the rest,

Hopes this helps ....

avoid october 3rd 1993!Wow,...

by utttz

avoid october 3rd 1993!
Wow, here I am, Moscow! A quick shower then I go... uh a let me see if I can see the italian television... yes great! in the shower... in novotel you can hear your tv also in the bathroom... pappappaparapaaaa what's this music? not the time for the news... hu-ho EDIZIONE STRAORDINARIA (breaking news I mean) in moscow they're shooting each other around the white house (yes, the parliament house in moscow is called the white house.. :-)). I only had two hours on my way back.... things were better so I paid a quick visit to the best square I ever saw! the red square and the kremlin are simply breathtaking!!! unfortunately due to the halfrevolutiontime cameras were not allowed...

refer to seabreezeusa page... his pages are usually fantastic!

Eglise de la Trinité

by Klod5

L’église de la Trinité est située à proximité du palais d’Ostankino, richement décorée de dômes verts.
Elle a été construite entre 1678 et 1683 pour la famille Tcherkasski, propriétaire du domaine d’Ostankino avant les Chérémétiev. L’église de la Trinité d’Ostankino arbore les traditionnels kokochniki et cinq coupoles mais diffère des édifices semblables par ses deux chapelles construites de part et d’autre (au nord et au sud) de l’édifice central, chacune avec son entrée et couronnée d’un dôme.

The church of the Trinidad is situated close to the palace of Ostankino, richly decorated of green domes.
It has been constructed between 1678 and 1683 for the family Tcherkasski, owner of the domain of Ostankino before the Cheremetievs. The church of the Trinidad of Ostankino raises the traditional kokochniki and five domes but defers similar buildings by its two constructed on all sides chapels (to the north and to the south) of the central building, each with its entry and crowned of a dome. La construction très élaborée, en brique, est ornée de pierres et de carreaux blancs, décoration typique de la période baroque moscovite. Eglise fermée dans les années 1920, après la Révolution bolchevique, période à partir de laquelle elle fut très dégradée, pillée, puis utilisée successivement comme musée, comme entrepôt de pommes de terre, et, pendant la guerre, comme lieu de stockage des biens les plus précieux du palais voisin d'Ostankino. Son intérieur fut progressivement restauré à partir des années 1970 et, dans les années 1980, l'église accueillait des concerts de musique classique. Finalement restituée au patriarcat de Moscou en 1991.

The very elaborate construction, in brick, is decorated of stones and white tiles, decoration typical of the Muscovite odd period. Closed church in the years 1920, after the Bolshevik Revolution, period from which she/it was damaged very, robbed, used then successively like museum, like warehouse of potatoes, and, during the war, like place of storage of the most precious goods of the neighboring palace of Ostankino. Its inside was restored progressively from the years 1970 and, in the years 1980, the church welcomed concerts of classical music. Finally restored to the patriarchy of Moscow in 1991.

Birth of Mother's God Temple

by bugulma

The church was built in 1625 and then after fire in 1648 it became stone. It's the last example with hipped roof in church architecture because such style was forbidden in 1653 by Orthodox church's patriarch. Church was renovated twice after fire in 1812 when Napoleon was in the city and in the end of XIX century. In Soviet time, in 1938, church was closed and different institution were here, even rehearsals of circus were here.

The hardest word I had to...

by tvilot

The hardest word I had to learn in Russian was simply 'hello.' It sounds something like 'Zdrastrvrooeet.' However, pronouncing it fully like that is sort of like saying 'Hellllooooooo theerrrreeee.' Almost everyone says hello 'Zdrast.' Like in English, most people simply say 'Hi.'

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Address: 74 Suschevsky Val, Moscow, Central Russia, 129272, Russia