Na Kurskoy

Furmanniy Pereulok 10, Moscow, Central Russia, 101000, Russian Federation | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow arriving safely

A travel blog entry by keasmith

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5

... and blue as we headed out over the East of the UK. As time ticked on and as we flew over the Russian border the sky turned from rich oranges to blood red.

We touched down early and entered passport control, which looks not to dissimilar to British passport control crossed with a cattle market, metal gates and glass boxed windows with camera and questions to be answered. It was really easy the staff were very helpful and gave ...

Moscow

A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock

21

... more gothic, fatter and less tall empire state building. There are eight Stalin spires around Moscow, and we were staying about 500 meters away from one; Lavrov's current office. Monday night we went out to celebrate the 23rd birthday of one of the girl’s on the program at the Hard Rock Café Moscow, quenching a long deprived taste of America we have been missing for the past 2 months. Moscow however, is the most expensive city in the ...

Travelling East

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... was natural, and the relaxed side of travelling by train took over-no obligation other than to do as thou wilt. We stopped after 3 hours or so and hawkers appeared-the first I spotted seemed to be offering small chandeliers, others had plate sets, glasses; all the practicalities of travelling by train covered. The presence of hawkers at least shows there is time to get off and wander if you want to, at the next couple of stops there were none and we were there for just a couple ...

Moscow!!

A travel blog entry by yokojian

8

... Was an interesting experience though.

Sarah was an excellent guide in Moscow. She told me so many things about Russia and Moscow and I didn't have to worry about the direction. We went to Arbat Street which is the most famous shopping street in Moscow. There was an interesting graffiti wall in the street. It was built to memorize the famous singer (I forgot his name). His fans would come to the wall to present ...

The first days

A travel blog entry by vincenttravel

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... horror stories about the registration procedure, but it was pretty straightforward, even though it took us 45 minutes. After registration Konstantin gave me a prepaid Russian sim-card, which I loaded into my phone. I hadn't thought of it, but it's pretty great.

Now, being in the country legally and with the full power of Google Maps behind me I set off for the city center. Walking around Red Square, though, I noticed ...

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