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... known that you can't just cross the street in Moscow. They use underground walk ways to cross the street. Spotted an entrance and meandered in the direction of "across the street". Came out on the other side and found myself face to face with the State History Museum. Walked through the Red Square, passed GUM (the ubber fancy mall), the Kremlin and ended at St. Basil's Cathedral. After about an hour of taking it all in, I went back to the hotel, where I ...
... wasn't objecting!
The carnival atmosphere was palpable. I came upon a small muscle man with a makeshift chin up bar erected and a huge crowd gathered. After finally finding someone who spoke English and who knew what the game was all about, I learnt that the man was challenging people to hang from the bars with whatever grip they preferred for longer than 1 minute nineteen seconds. The bar was fairly thick and was like ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHome from Home Hostel Moscow
Interesting building with some quirky touches like murals and mismatched doors and furniture to make it look homely. Room not too bad, but on our first two days there were people sleeping in every corridor, on the sofas etc which gave the place the feeling that you were in some sort of squat! The sink was overflowing with dirty dishes and with graffiti covering the wall in our room it all felt a bit too like student digs, which isnt really what I'd want for a £40 a night hostel room!
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