Trans-Siberian Hostel

Address: Barashevskiy Lane, 12, Moscow, Central Russia, 105062, Russian Federation | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Moscow

    Priests, proletarians and the aroma of wet paint!!

    A travel blog entry by jobloor on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... He is now retired and tends his large vegetable garden with the help of his young wife and 16 year old daughter! On the 15th July it is the 700th anniversary of the birth of St Sergius and President Putin and other dignitaries are due to visit for the festivities. Just like a visit from the Queen in the UK the whole town smells of fresh paint! there are huge numbers of workmen, painters, builders, gardeners etc building ...

    Day 11 Moscow

    A travel blog entry by billc507 on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... going both times was heavy. We were on a 8 lane city street with hardly any traffic lights. No left turns! People making rights did it w/o stoping. Russians are very polite. Kathryn got offered a seat on both rides of the metro by young men. We felt very safe here. I am putting a few pictures here but most will be in the photo stream for you IPhone ...

    Out and About

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... I crossed to the shady side of the street I felt better. I walked several blocks to Arbat Square which borders the older part of the city. I was unsure of my directions but strolled along a lovely linear park which runs between two main streets. It was cool in the shade and along the way were stands on which local artists were displaying their wares. I came out near the Pushkin Museum, a fair way from where I wanted to go but right next to a Metro.

    In Moscow, ...

    Trans-Siberian Part 1

    A travel blog entry by catherine_paul on Jun 15, 2013

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    I thought train life was pretty boring in all honesty, Cem has completely the opposite view. I'm not saying I didn't enjoy it but I'm not one who enjoys sitting round for hours on end, but after a few days you go with the flow and enjoy every minute of the experience.

    After departing Moscow we headed off towards Irkutsk which would be our next tour destination. However it's going to take us just shy of five ...


    A travel blog entry by maryandmarty on Apr 21, 2013


    ... Very, very strange. But it was fun ordering. Our three acquaintances had good command of Russian, but even they were going largely by the pictures on the menu, which was printed in Korean and Russian. Lets see if I can remember enough to relate: We had a tasty spring roll, some pork with peanuts, a beef and veggie thing in the kind of barbecuey sauce one associates with Korean food. We also had a cold shrimp and greens dish and a cold noodle dish ...