Heritage

Address: Ulitsa Kosmonavtov, 2, Moscow, Central Russia, 129366, Russian Federation | Hostel
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Must go to Moscow

A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Jul 29, 2014

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... signs but there were very few. We knew which underground station we needed to go to in English letters but we hadn't thought to make a note of it in cyrillic so we found ourselves on the platform looking very confused. In the end we compared our English map to the Russian one and worked out the name of the station we needed in cyrillic and then it was a case of trying to match the cyrillic station name up with those written on each platform wall. Finding the hostel ...

The Tour Begins

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 22, 2014

8 photos

Our first official Intrepid tour starts today, which meant moving to better digs. We packed up and backpacked across town to a much fancier place with a plush lobby full of Russian business men looking down at us smeggy backpackers. Our room was ready so we checked in, but Mandy needed a wee lie down. Hours later, after a most excellent snooze, we finally began our touring. At 3 pm! It's tough being on holiday...

Found a chcoolate factory/museum ...

Tourists don't feel welcome in Russia's capital!

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma on Apr 14, 2014

2 comments, 77 photos

... s Boris Godunov) and the Marinsky Theatre (to see Khatchaturian's Spartacus) both pieces I came across during my studies. So it was a huge coincidence to end up sitting next to Marina in the cafe.

In the afternoon we toured the city on the red bus tour. They had an English audio guide, so it was great to get to now some of the historical information about the sights that we had seen. It was also good to get a sense of ...

Rainy Days in Moscow

A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Sep 13, 2013

1 comment, 53 photos

... the world, with stations at depths of 30 to 74 meters. The escalators are the longest and steepest I've ever ridden on.

According to Wikipedia, the metro, opened in 1935, was one of the USSR's most extravagant architectural projects. Its purpose was to display the success of the communist regime and remind its passengers that this was Stalin's contribution to acknowledge his people's sacrifices. He directed architects to design structures which ...

Moscow, Russia

A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Aug 27, 2013

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... flower was identical to any other. The cathedral was still painted all over but the paintings themselves were lighter and I suppose less rich looking than other churches and it really felt more inviting than imposing. Quite interesting to see the difference.

By this time we were off for a drive around the city to see some of the other sights Moscow has to offer. We saw a giant monastery that overlooks a river which was a site and a half. Even cooler though ...

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