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86 hours, 8 pot noodles, 20 beers and several million trees after boarding the train in Irkutsk we finally arrived in Moscow. Very grateful to be greeted by a man holding a 'Monkey Shrine'sign (our train ticket travel agent) with our names on, as at 4.30am neither of us was in the mood to haggle with Russian taxi drivers. It has been a real luxury …
We've found as we go that you tend to meet some really cool people on the train and train #37 from Ekateringburg to Moscow was no different. Its only a wee hop (one day) really but still its nice to have good company. To start with we had this massive(he was big) Basket Baller in our cabin who was a chemical engineer for a career, he …
Today was all planned out but turned out very differently. I did manage to see Lenin in his austere mausoleum. Very interesting. So are the stories about the preservation of his body. No cameras could be brought in. The pictures in the preservation of his body article are spot on.
I also saw the grave of Stalin represented by a bust of his …
I could not believe I was here! Were met at the station and taken to hostel. Without further ado I set out for the Red Square letting that very necessary shower wait a while.
Amazing to see life all around me. Hostel is near Old Arabat Street, a pedestrian street with boring tourist shops, many cafes and endless street theatre and …
Moscow! City of the Kremlin and full of Russian people.
We arrived after two days of train travel with short stops in Brussels and Berlin. We were lucky enough to have time to wander around each of these cities and even had time to see a couple of Berlin's main attractions, the Brandenburg Gate etc. Once we got on the train from Berlin …
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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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