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17 / 2 Sel'skokhozyaystvennaya ulitsa, Moscow, Central Russia, 129226, Russian Federation | Hostel
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First Full Day in Moscow

A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 16, 2014

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... the square, you see the iconic St. Basil's Cathedral straight ahead, the Kremlin on your right and the GUM department store on your left. After a good look around in Red Square and a look inside GUM, we went inside the Kremlin wall to see the churches and to visit the famous museum called The Armory. This museum is full of priceless Tsarist artefacts such as jewellery, robes, porcelain, crowns, carriages and of course Faberge eggs.

In the early ...

And then Steve asked The Question...

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 20, 2014

24 comments, 19 photos

... a local guide called Anya. If anyone has travelled through Europe you'll know how it goes: the tour is free but you're expected to tip at the end. That's all fine with us. There was about 17 fellow expeditioners on this tour and Anya showed us some beautiful churches, some back streets, told us some stories of the Soviet era, and generally showed us around the downtown area, and Red Square. Steve managed to correct some of her interesting expressions - " World War ...

Day 10 - Make or Break in Moscow

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 09, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... however pop out for dinner to a cafe chain that we had heard was a good budget option in an otherwise expensive city. It was called Moo-Moo and seems to have taken on the mantle of the soviet milk bars that have now all but shut down. It's pretty basic, but tasty and we both ate for 500 roubles (about a tenner). I think it's fair to say that we both went to bed far more contented than the previous night after an excellent day. We had remembered why we wanted to do this in the first ...

Moscow - lost in translation

A travel blog entry by simonct on Aug 30, 2013

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... pull out my phrase book to be understood for even the most basic of things. Anyway it has reminded me that us English speakers are lazy and we should not expect others to speak our language!

I have never seen so many luxury cars in one city. I have seen about 30 Bentleys, most cars are BMW’S, I even saw a Maybach. Porsche Panameras are common. The money in the city is phenomenal. A guide told us the price of apartments in central Moscow is $10,000 USD per square ...

Yippee Ki Yay Mother Russia

A travel blog entry by kendracassels on Jul 07, 2013

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Our final day was mostly free to spend as we wished. So we did a free walking tour. We had already seen most of the sights, but it was very interesting to learn the history behind it all. Did you know it's not called the red square because I the colour of the walls - it is in fact named for its beauty. The words red and beautiful are pronounced the same way in the Russian language. We grabbed lunch at a cafe on Arbat street. It is very touristy ...

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