Travel Blogs from Russian Federation

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Hello Moscow!, Moscow, Russia travel blog

Hello Moscow!

A travel blog entry by mel_and_si


The Kremlin, Red Square and Babushka Dolls!!No Russian Mafia or Skin-head Gangs (with Ross Kemp). Low profile dinners of borsch and beer!!Fabulous metro tube stations; ornate, original and opulent! I hope you have enjoyed a few of our stories? We are ...

Day #2 on Elbrus, Mt. Elbrus, Russia travel blog

Day #2 on Elbrus

A travel blog entry by kinoeye


... the mountain you just see all green - all valley's - no Caucaus mountain range. We trekked down for a while together and chatted about Russian and US politics (he also told me a story about how two weeks ago 11 people died on Elbrus due to unexpected bad ...

First Empressions  - don't even think about it., St. Petersburg, Russian Federation travel blog

First Empressions - don't even think about it.

A travel blog entry by sunniebgi


... place to be.  But the thing with Russia is, if you don't have a VISA (as paid for, tons of money, stamped from Russian Embassy where you live) you cannot get off the ship anyway, unless you take a ships tour or you have a pre paid guided tour by a ...

2. St Petersburg, St Petersburg, Russia travel blog

2. St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by berndendaphne


Afscheid, sneeuw en witte nachten We zijn onderweg! Eindelijk is het dan zo ver. Na ruim anderhalf jaar dagdromen begint het avontuur nu echt. Inmiddels zitten we in St. Petersburg of Petersburg voor intimi. De laatste weken voor ons vertrek ...

Husky Dog Sledding, Irkutsk, Russia travel blog

Husky Dog Sledding

A travel blog entry by bigbenn


Running low on time, so this will be a quick entry. I got up early and climbed to the top of the hill where the Ski-Lift went, but due to cloudy, misty weather was not rewarded with a view. After the best breakfast we have possibly had on the trip, ...

Perm (no not for the hair!), Perm, Russian Federation travel blog

Perm (no not for the hair!)

A travel blog entry by jumplife


... there. And while here, people still ask 'what did you lose here?' But it was actully quite fun. Our original aim was a Gulag (russian prison / work camp) but it was closed all the days we spent in Perm (Great planning from our side, yay!). Instead we ...

Daunting Moscow, Moscow, Russia travel blog

Daunting Moscow

A travel blog entry by bigbenn


... it out. On getting off the train, our directions had told us to take the "circle exit", but as all the signs were in Russian, we had no idea which exit to take. So we walked around tunnels and escalators for about 10 minutes, and by pure chance emerged ...

One Last Goodbye, Penza, Russia travel blog

One Last Goodbye

A travel blog entry by rsjungling


... water under the sink in the bathroom, for just such an occasion.  What would the point be if we could not experience the full Russian experience to tell to our children!  We are now in bad need of showers as we were too tired last night by the ...

Strolling and Shopping..., Moscow, Russia travel blog

Strolling and Shopping...

A travel blog entry by kenee


Strolled along the lovely waterway adjacent to Red Square...and did some window-shopping in the mall. Seems it was featuring a "Cow" ...

Yekateringburg, Yekaterinburg, Russia travel blog


A travel blog entry by mattandlou2011

... pickles filled the air. We found our seats/beds and tried to make ourselves comfortable - This was made difficult by a large group of Russian guys knocking back the vodkas and playing cards (whilst sitting on our bed!!) - We were both a bit on edge at ...

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