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A Hedonist's Guide to Moscow (Hedonist's Guide to Moscow)by Harriet Warren
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Moscow, Russia's capital, is a city of glamour and sophistication. The influx of new money has created an unprecedented demand for style and luxury. Coupled with the secrecy of the communist era and the presence of startlingly beautiful buildings, Red Square and the Kremlin. Moscow is going to be on everyone's must-visit list for 2007.
Broken down into clear chapters the guide concentrates on the top restaurants, hotels, bars, cafes, nightclubs, spas, sports and shopping in each city. Gone are reams of info, history and culture--this is the definitive guide to the city's top establishments.
Having cast off the coils of Communism, Moscow is on the move. The city is now unrecognizable from the food shortages and rationing of the late 80s, today it is as smart and sophisticated as many of its western counterparts. Coupled with the history and splendor of the Kremlin, Moscow is a must-visit on anyone's list.
Moscow remains a city steeped in mystery and romance, but for the hedonist it offers much, much more than Fabergé and fur. Acclaimed photo-journalist Harriet Warren seeks out the glitziest clubs, the most glamorous restaurants and the best vodka.
Two travel guides in the new series, with photographs of every establishment reviewed.
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