Sweet Moscow Hostal

51 ulisa Arbat , Moscow, Central Russia, 10051, Russian Federation | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow


A travel blog entry by rumpy1984

The coach journey from Riga to Moscow was alot more comfortable than i expected but spending 15 hours in one seat, was never going to be great fun, especially when i had a grumpy, smelly Russian sat next to me. The border crossing is no picnic either...although i crossed without incident, their is always a special glint in the eyes of a Russian …

Moscow - day 4

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... continued as she passed me my final invoice to sign. ‘No, you take the Metro. Metro is quicker and easier’

As we both knew how this conversation was going to end, neither of us pushed our request. We left our luggage in the strong room. Our flight wasn’t until 19,30 so we had to take the 16:00 aeroport express back to the airport meaning we needed to pick our bags up at 15:30 at the latest. The time was just past 11:30. Plenty of time to mop ...

Gorky Park

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... novel & film of the same name. The reality is a beautiful park officially called the 'Central Park of Culture and Leisure'. The park is named after Maxim Gorky who was a famous writer who was arrested many times for speaking out against the Tsarist regime. There is a lot of manual labour in Russia & a lot of the jobs seem meaningless. You see a lot of people with basically a brush & shovel, especially ...


A travel blog entry by atw80-wre


... Moscow's nightlife. Looking, back I am glad that I put my energy together and joined Kendra and Hunter. We spent such a fun night at Propaganda, which is a hip bar, which later was turned into a club with great electronic music. I really enjoyed it, as it reminded me of places, where I tend to go out in Berlin. Most of all it was something completely different from what I had expected of Russian nightlife. So we danced through the night and crashed our beds at around 4 ...

To Mocow, the Kremlin, Red Square, and Beyond!

A travel blog entry by jginsburg


... they say all the time? Lenin lived, Lenin is alive, Lenin will live forever. What if, God forbid, he is indeed alive, and decides to walk out of the tomb?" I think perhaps that is what happened, and they just don’t want to tell anyone.

The next day we had an excursion inside the Kremlin, which was quite exciting. We toured the Armory, which houses gifts given to the tsars – pottery, porcelain, gold, silver, armor, jewels, and more – and ...


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