Trans-Siberian Hostel

Address: Barashevskiy Pereulok 12, Moscow, Central Russia, 105062, Russian Federation | Hostel
 
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      Walking Tour of Moscow

      A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... Stalin and we went inside and had a good look round. Behind the cathedral there is a bridge from which there are fantastic views over the river across to the Kremlin. Now we were collected by the bus and taken to Arbat, a pedestrian area with lots of souvenir shops for an hour of free time. Unfortunately, we then travelled back to the ship by bus, battling through the Moscow traffic. More than one hour by bus ...

      Day 26 Moscow

      A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 26, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... on the top open their wings and feed the babies in their nests rubies.

      All, in all, an amazing museum. Outside we went into the Church of the Archangel Michael, which is the Necropolis of the Tsars. Inside were the tombs of many Tsars including our friend Ivan the Terrible (Severe).

      After that we got to see the Changing of the Guard which was very impressive, with a marching band, horses and a group of soldiers who did ...

      Kremlin- Arms and Diamonds

      A travel blog entry by oski on Aug 17, 2013

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      ... waiting in line (again) and paying 500 Rubles, about $15 US, we entered the Diamond Fund, the Russian Treasury's collection of diamonds, jewels and precious metals. These are Russia's crown jewels and to me they surpass England's crown jewels in amount and dazzle. Each case is dripping with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, you name it. There were many large uncut diamonds and gigantic nuggets of gold and platinum (Jeremy began to fantasize about ...

      Challenge versus Potential

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

      ... competition is noticed from online agents.

      Again we thought it was difficult to get our visas for Russia, but compared to Russians, who need visa’s all over the world except for Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Ukraine and some other former USSR countries, it had been nothing. This actually explains why Turkey and Egypt are crowded with Russian leisure travellers. ATH told us, that there actually is a need for more visa ...

      A Perfect First Day

      A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 19, 2013

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      ... is the block-long ornate, white facade of GUM.

      During the Soviet era, GUM was the major glorious department store of the proletariat. Today, it is a shopping mall filled with egregiously upscale boutiques offering designer clothes and accessories. Perhaps in a strange way, both the old GUM and the new embody their respective cultures' ideals of how commodities and consumers should relate--drab, often ill-supplied products accessible ...