Hostel Tramp

17 / 2 Sel'skokhozyaystvennaya ulitsa, Moscow, Central Russia, 129226, Russian Federation | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

A brothel and metro stations

A travel blog entry by cemewa


... in Moscow for picking up spectator passes was a 15-20 minute walk from our hotel. It was a crowded place with many Muscovites picking up their passes after work. Cath zipped through, but somehow mine was delayed and finally the supervisor told the people making the passes to get mine done which they did quick smart. With our official Olympic passes in hand we went looking for a restaurant and decided on a place very near our hotel called Sherbert, ...

Ligthning does strike twice.

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


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Challenge versus Potential

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre

... in Russia. Again, seems a super attractive market to me, particularly after he mentioned that it is the most profitable service offered. The visa services at ATH seem very advanced, most of the visa information is available online, some even allow online applications. They have implemented an alert system for customers, e.g. reminding you of your visa to expire, when your interview at the embassy is scheduled etc. In general, TMCs and TAs ...

Last stop, Moscow

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann


... the fact I had carried around a few peanuts with me for almost 2 weeks worthwhile! Anyway Gorky Park is now just a park which was being prepared for a music festival. It was a nice park, and randomly there was a Russian space shuttle on the river front… I don’t know why, neither did Luke, but we took a photo of Luke in front of it anyway, in the background there was a very Soviet building, we don’t know what that was either, no help from Lonely Planet.

Kremlin and Red Square

A travel blog entry by yokojian


... that I got out of Kremlin and headed to Red Square. They were connected with a big square full of people. Only 10 mins of walking, along of which you would see some restaurants. I ended up in an Italian one. Interesting enough, the food was billed based on how heavy they weighted. Thus, picking up potatoes proved to be wrong. The expensive lunch didn't killed my mood. The recovery with energy was desperate needed before going to ...


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