Kremlin Hostel

38 Malaya Gruzinskaya Str, Moscow, Central Russia, 123056, Russian Federation | Hostel
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    Last day in Moscow

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 16, 2014

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    ... t yet over as we had to come back at about 3pm to collect the Visas.

    So into the Kremlin again and more tickets to walk around inside the walls visiting the many churches and cathedrals etc. There were also some lovely gardens which were a bit of a surprise. All very interesting and it was a lovely sunny (hot) day to boot.

    3:30 saw us back at the consulate and wonder of wonders our Visas were there waiting for us!

    Well ...

    Moscow - Communism Meets Supermodels

    A travel blog entry by wilhelmbryan on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... about all the problems in Sochi so no need to go into detail. Started walking to the Kremlin and felt awful still. Stopped at McDonalds where I currently am. Drank a big energy drink and I feel so much better. Could my sickness have been caffeine withdrawal? I didn't have any for about 6 days. We shall find out. Off to the Kremlin.

    Sickness is right back with me. Checked all my symptoms and it might be the flu. Doctors tomorrow and if it is ...

    Moscow

    A travel blog entry by ryan.diplock on Oct 24, 2013

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    ... that would be the largest building in the world, complete with a 250 foot tall statue of Lenin on the top called "The Palace of the Soviets". But wait, it gets better; the statue was going to be equipped with red laser beams where Lenin’s eyes were and of course (naturally) have a helicopter pad on Lenin’s hand. Too bad World War II had to come along and distract Stalin, otherwise this beauty would have been built.

    Tuesday night we had ...

    Travelling East

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... the station concourse? No kacca. Eventually I found it, a bit tucked away and up several sets of stairs into a big ticket hall, phew. Self service might have worked for me, but I queued-Russians seem to like to stand close, I figured there was a snooze you lose thing happening-and got my ticket. Should you go, you want the ticket booths on the right, with red column decorations, not the left. Real Russia also give you an itinerary in English which is invaluable. Once you've ...

    Heading to Moscow in Style

    A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 14, 2013

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    ... to the W in Saint Petersburg, though, it's more stuffy. We are by far the youngest guests and seem to be the only ones here for plain old sightseeing. There are no coffee makers in the rooms, which I found surprising. Then I saw that the price for a cup of American coffee in the hotel café is close to $9 US. No thank you! We walked to get dinner to a pedestrian street a few blocks from the hotel. We sat outside and had Russian food with a middle eastern twist and ...