Guest House at Tverskaya Street

Tverskaya Street 12/8, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

World Championships, first day

A travel blog entry by johnnym


... team passed by, turning out to be half their decathletes, Taiwo and Nixon. The latter is a junior but was the star of the day, pb in the shot and long jump, plus went highest in the high jump to end in second place, only denied first by Olympic champion Eaton performing, finally, to expectations in the 400, a couple of seconds (or 100 pts) better than anyone else. Later on, pre marathon, I went for a wander and the warm up area was nearly empty. Other than ...

Screwed by a Russian Cabbie

A travel blog entry by chantalandzach

... address and she discussed it in Russian with a co-worker so she knew where to go, we even heard him tell her we were international so she'd get good money for the ride. Then she took us to where we needed to go and pulled over, we couldn't see our hotel so we grew very suspicious. Then she pointed around the corner (she couldn't turn the corner because it's a one way street - makes sense I guess) so we paid her and started ...

The Metro

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty


I have now been here three days, and I am actually starting to catch on to the Metro. I am no less impressed with Marty's accomplishment in mastering it so well so quickly, but I am pretty sure I can manage solo now with only the occasional false turn.

And now, a startling statistic that explains a lot: In a given day, the Moscow Metro moves more people than the subways of London and New York combined! It does this with great efficiency. ...

900-900-900 the last bit of Moscow touring

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... of the first tourists into an area and see stuff as it originally was and before everyone else in the world decides it’s a good place to visit and there are too many crowds to get good photos etc. etc. Don’t want much, do I?

The train was right on time and as I am struggling to get off the train with my suitcase and backpack and purse and camera bag, I ...

A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma

A travel blog entry by andrewclifton


... we were or how we got there. He spoke little English and when we got to the train station he pointed at the building and said "train".

Simple enough to understand so we waded past the numerous beggars, vagrants and drunk people, through the scanner (of which none of the police seemed to be paying any attention to) and tried to find our train.

If you've ever tried to read a Russian train ticket you would understand the difficulty ...