Trans-Siberian Hostel

Barashevskiy Pereulok 12, Moscow, Central Russia, 105062, Russian Federation | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Mockba - Moscow in the Snow

A travel blog entry by elephanto12345


Woke fairly early and squeezed everything into the travel case having showered beforehand. Early breakfast and taxi was there to collect us at 8:30. It was minus 21 leaving this morning brrrrrrrrrrrh, brrrrrrrrrrrh and brrrrrrrrrrrh! It was a hell for leather drive - the taxi driver was not messing and we completed the journey of 12km to …

Tea, cake, and the wanderings of Sarah...

A travel blog entry by mr_awesome


So, we have escaped from the police. Great. But at this point we've still not seen much of Moscow and we've got almost no idea about how we're gonna leave the place, other than knowing that we want to catch the train in the general direction of East. What to do. First things first, the tickets must be sorted. So we need to know where we're going. …

Chillaxing in the Capital

A travel blog entry by mr_awesome


You might think that an overnight train is all about the sleeping. For us at least it was not, as the uncomfortable seats meant that whatever postition you curl up in is the wrong one. I managed to sleep in bursts of a few hours, but Sarah only managed to drift off properly when we were a couple of hours from Moscow. At least when we arrived we …

Moscow - day 3

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... at her shoes.

There are 15 million inhabitants living in Moscow although the official figure is 12 million with an extra 3 million commuting each day. For this enormous amount of additional bodies, any community would need a robust public transport infrastructure to cope with the high demand. There are 12 lines that make up the Moscow underground. It is officially the busiest metro system in the world even beating London and Tokyo. Looking at the metro plan, ...

Trans-Siberian/Mongolian; part one

A travel blog entry by paulandmaria


... with his group and after some loud
russian talk the asian man gave the water back. When they returned he
said something but laughed so I guess he wasn't too angry. Only then
did Paul decide to return and we decided to move outside now it
wasn't raining. It meant sitting on a hard wall and waiting but it
felt better then being next to the large group of men! Time passed
quickly though and soon our train arrived and we were excitingly one
of ...

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