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Kamergerskiy Pereulok 5 App 11, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russian Federation | Hotel
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The trip begins!

A travel blog entry by ashliegash


... and my pockets were full of random things i couldn't squeeze into the pack.
We cleared customs and boarded our flight with no problems and I tried to sleep for the 4 hour journey.

First challenge, getting from the airport to the city center where our hotel was. I was expecting this to be impossible as we cannot read Russian, but luckily for us, all the signs were in English and so were some of the ticket machines! So on the train to the center we ...

Moscow - lost in translation

A travel blog entry by simonct


... Metro station. After orienting ourselves, we dived straight into sightseeing. We took a bunch of tours with a local guide Irina who was by far the friendliest Muscovite we met. We saw all the big sights of Moscow. St Basil’s cathedral was amazing although smaller than we expected. Lenin’s tomb was suitably serious looking. The Red Square looks every bit like it should be filled with marching military and tanks. We even saw the office in the Kremlin where Mr Putin goes to ...

The Final Stop - Moscow

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand


... if he speaks English, and I ask Вы поним 72;ете англи 81;ский and he says, simply, 'no.’ Diney persists, asking whether or not we are in the right place to buy a ticket t for St Petersburg, and he confirms that we are. Sweet!

The lad’s friend seems equally amused and relieved that the foreigners were talking to his friend and not to ...

Listening to the wind of change

A travel blog entry by marrre


... Nope, black and grey sett. Is it surrounded by red buildings? Not so entirely; only on one side, and that wasn't always the case. Was there a number of horrible bloodbaths here in days of yore and recent? Negative. Does it refer to the traditional colour of the communism? 'Fraid not. Alas no, the russian word for red, khrashny, also means beautiful. Whether the square is beautiful or not is entirely up to the beholder, but that's why it's called what it's called.

I guess I'm not in Kansas any more...

A travel blog entry by philippa.wx


... tallest, skinniest silver birches you ever did see. On the train coming in, the homes I saw were either brightly coloured alpine types, or gloomy Edmonton-style "apartment" blocks. Update: Well, that sodden ground I spoke of... I did not expect to hit the rainy season so soon! Good news is my *anorak* is definitely waterproof. My umbrella's useless, especially when it gets left under the bed. Took a wander, managed to ...


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