Trans-Siberian Hostel

Address: Barashevskiy Lane, 12, Moscow, Central Russia, 105062, Russian Federation | Hostel
 
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    Culture shock: Travelling to China!

    A travel blog entry by jamesmarlow92 on Aug 30, 2014

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    Plenty of Money About

    A travel blog entry by johnlucas on Feb 28, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... to record the event however there were a couple of TV crews filming it so it won't go unreported. Perhaps she will be on the same train as us tomorrow when we leave for Siberia! So for the next three and a half days we will be on the trans-Siberian railway and therefore, we presume, out of WiFi range so the next blog update will be from the shores of Lake Baykal where I will be able to bore you with all sorts of facts and figures about the largest freshwater lake in the ...

    The Responsibility of Peoplehood

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Jul 26, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... is not a Jew on the planet that cannot get help from the Joint within 24 hours.

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    Putin's Moscow

    A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 15, 2013

    5 photos

    ... you feel like you're journeying down into the city of the earth. And then you notice enormous statues and murals presenting Stalin, Lenin and various working people like religious figures. Chandeliers hang over the platforms, platforms with enormous dome-ceilings like you'd imagine inside a palace.

    Over my three days in Moscow I spent a lot of time exploring the Metro system – although mainly because I was lost inside, travelling underground trying to work ...

    Always Take the Weather With You

    A travel blog entry by samwilding on Mar 16, 2013

    4 photos

    ... still not subsided and was coming down heavier than ever, making sightseeing interesting! The first stop was the Kremlin, which was slightly underwhelming, although perhaps the weather didn't help! Then after here we headed to Red Square, which was covered in a blanket of snow, and then onto St. Basil's Cathedral which was much more impressive! Apparently Red Square is normally cleared of all snow, so to see a white square is ...