Sherstone Hostel

Address: 27/12, Chasovaya Street, Moscow, Central Russia, 127106 , Russian Federation | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the 1 area of Moscow, is near Tretyakov Gallery (Old), Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU), Patriarch's Pond, and Peredelkino.
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Red Square in the Rain

A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Oct 12, 2014

8 photos

... was peppered with blocks of flats - lived in but in an obvious state of disrepair...exactly like that apartment block Jason Bourne visited in The Bourne Supremacy. It was a bit of a drive from the airport to our hotel at the World Trade Centre - almost an hour and a half, despite traffic being light. Lunch was at the hotel - at the Fusion Cafe where there was Indian and Chinese, and not so much Russian. There was Uzbek though - I had a quite delicious brown rice and lamb. ...

Moscow - Isn't It Great!

A travel blog entry by wdtraveltime on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... only held once a year at St. Basil's, the rest of the time it is a place for tourists. We learned that in Russian Orthodox churches there are no seats, worshipers stand, which is considered a more humble posture before God. The services we saw in other churches consisted of the priest chanting prayers with occasional antiphonal responses from the people and frequent making of the sign of the cross. St. Basil's really is great.
The ...

Moscow, London, UK

A travel blog entry by masedawg on Sep 12, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... but after walking along a main road for two hours, we gave up. The only shops they appear to have here are cosmetics shops, florists and sushi restaurants. Also there are a million banks. We did manage to track down some supplies near our hostel though and, without too much stress (we did need a few beers and some crab flavoured crisps to recover), made it to the train station ready for our Trans-Siberian ...

Wild Times in Moscow

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre on Jul 04, 2013

12 photos

... back up to your rooms now.” Really? You have to be kidding me... So we all went back up. I could not sleep for another hour, which made me really mad, as I had slept so well before, actually the first night, since we got here. This morning the voice appeared again – in Russian only, then it was turned off. We just got back from a fun evening out and I received a letter from the hotel apologizing for the evacuation that was caused by some technical problems with one of ...

The Metro

A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 22, 2013


... and the stations are quite far apart. For the system to work well, the trains have to move at a tremendous rate, or so that is how it feels. Given the size of the crowds, the trains have to be extremely frequent. I have never had to wait more than three minutes when missing a train, and it is often less than a minute--seriously!. And they are still crowded, often solidly packed.

The escalators are very long and very fast. The Moscow ...