Travel Blogs from Russian Federation

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Irkoutsk, Siberia, Irkoutsk, Russia travel blog

Irkoutsk, Siberia

A travel blog entry by karimico

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... , i refuse but he told me that i should take it...none of them spoke a word of   english or french, and my russian didn't helped :) we didn't speak the same language but they know all about my travelling and i know a lot about their life....most ...

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS, Staryy Oskol, Russia travel blog

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

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... on how much I achieved them. enter country without a visa - 100% make a positive impact on the people - 0% work - 1% learn Russian - 68% experience the romance - 100% read the country's writers - 20% get to know today's culture - 63% learn ...

Kazan, Russia: Welcome to Russia ya'll, no hot wat, Kazan, Russian Federation travel blog

Kazan, Russia: Welcome to Russia ya'll, no hot wat

A travel blog entry by jmauxier

... back. Momma was very happy that we made it back alive and we talked with her a bit (as much as possible with her very fast Russian) and she asked where had gone on our travels. We told her all our places and she asked us where we went that was our ...

Day 23 Moscow, Moscow, Russian Federation travel blog

Day 23 Moscow

A travel blog entry by jblackley

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... brilliant St Basil's Cathedral. The name Red Square, doesn't come from the red bricks or the communist red colour, it is a Russian word meaning important & beautiful, and it has been called Red Square for hundreds of years. In front of the Kremlin ...

Take me back to St Petersburg, Moscow, Russian Federation travel blog

Take me back to St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by noj_ontour

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... goods to trumpets to side show rides. There was a Titanium rocket over a building that has the american plane the Russian shot down a few years ago in it but unfortunatley it was closed. Overall impressions are that St Petersburg is a fantastic ...

From Blighty to Russia, Moscow, Russia travel blog

From Blighty to Russia

A travel blog entry by claire_noel

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Alright folks, First entry has been a while coming but we have just been too darn busy having fun to write anything! First stop was sunny sussex with Jimmy, Sue & Setanta. Had a great relaxing week which was just what we needed after all the ...

St Petersburg, St Petersburg, Russia travel blog

St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by amandaroberts79

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... I managed to talk to six people before I got to my tour group. I made metro friends early on to help me survive the Russian metro system. They have a wonderful way of hiding the metro station names behind the trains, so in fact you don't know where you ...

And so it begins, Moscow, Russia travel blog

And so it begins

A travel blog entry by ppworldtour

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... an extreme heat wave) so sipping beer on a river cruise was a cooler way of seeing the sights. We've discovered a delicious Russian soup ('Borsch') yet more importantly we've enjoyed good coffee. There is a noticeable language barrier here and some of the ...

A moving party, Trans-Mongolian Express: 79th hour, Russian Federation travel blog

A moving party

A travel blog entry by rutgervd

As I rubbed my eyes early in the morning, I could still feel the Russian Vodka running through my vains and realized that it was still quite early, at least.. Moscow time. I looked to the table on my left and saw the relics of what we'd like to call a ...

Episode 9, Perm, Russia travel blog

Episode 9

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear

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... a mother and calf, if that's the right word. Lyn got some photos of them as best she could. Finally we got to the Russian border. I created an impression with the customs people who looked in the car, they asked about me so I was introduced.  Nobody ...

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