Trans-Siberian Hostel

Address: Barashevskiy Pereulok 12, Moscow, Central Russia, 105062, Russian Federation | Hostel
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    A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 30, 2014

    22 photos

    ... which was the private chapel of the patriarch. The Assumption Cathedral (where the heads of the Russian Orthodox Church from 1320s to 1700 are buried) and Ivan the Great Bell Tower (which you can climb and get a great view of the surrounding area from) were both closed. We also saw the huge Tsar bell and the tsar canon, the 202 tonne bell being the biggest bell in the world, as well as the Patriarch's Palace where tsar's held their ambassadorial feasts. On the way out we ...

    Hi...Is Mr. Putin Home?

    A travel blog entry by vontiki2000 on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... the same frightening location from where I have often seen archival news footage of rows upon rows of Soviet troops marching alongside missile warheads as they saluted Khrushchev or Brezhnev or Gorbachev. It looked like a totally different place in person, although the ominous aura still lingered even as hundreds of people, mostly tourists, walked around with the same nonchalance that they would spending the day at Disneyland. It was an odd juxtaposition. We made our ...

    Click Clack Click Clack

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 01, 2014

    5 comments, 19 photos

    ... showed our tickets and passports, and the conductor said something in Russian. Now we were panicking that many we did need to swap our eTickets for normal tickets, in which case we likely didn't have enough time before the train left. I said "English?", he said "Nyet", then jumped up on the train. I followed, hauled Jess' luggage up and he showed us to our cabin. In hindsight I think he was telling us which cabin we were in, and when we didn't understand he decided it was easier to ...


    A travel blog entry by maxieduncan on Jul 15, 2013

    First up we headed to the Red Square to see Lenin. Bit of a wait to get in but the line moves pretty fast as you don't get much time to have a look. I had my sunnies on and had left my glasses in my bag which I'd had to check in so I didn't have the clearest view. It was pretty amazing how well preserved he looked, the only obvious thing being a waxy sheen.After this our fearless honcho showed us the way to Gorky Park and that was the last we saw of her. It ...

    The East

    A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Jun 10, 2013

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    ... my feet were sore so this was just the last thing I wanted to do. So I spat it a bit and said I'm not walking anymore and that I'm getting in the next taxi we saw (there were tons at this time of night). And that's exactly what we did, thank goodness I got my way because I seriously thought my legs were about to fall off. We finally got home at 4.30am and ran into some of the other boys on our way home (Tim, Alfy, James and Owen) who'd had a great time and were in good spirits. So ...