Astor Apartments

Address: Smolenskaya naberezhnaya 5/13, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
 
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      Searching for my train tickets

      A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Sep 09, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

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      However, you should have seen their faces when I explained that my train was 3 hours ago.

      To be fair, they sorted everything out.
      I got a new ticket for the next express train at 1.45pm.
      And the courier was on his way back to the office.

      30 minutes later, I had my train ticket to St Petersburg and also my Trans Siberian Railway tickets.

      I'm all ready to ...

      To Victory!

      A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 24, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      36 Hours, One Bus, Two Planes and a short car ride later and we were finally walking through the doors of Katerina's apartment in Moscow.


      I don't think I could ever be more grateful that we were staying with Katerina's mum then when she made us a delicious breakfast of (Insert Russian word here): A wonderfully fried ball of sugar, flour, egg, and творо ...

      Moscow (population 12 million)

      A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 07, 2014

      29 photos

      ... a couch in the lobby. I opt instead to hop a Metro to Red Square. I make it to the famous Red Square, walk around the general city center area, pop some photos, and then go on a a look for some food. Here is the real outer space experience. I rarely get intimidated in foreign places, but I couldn't seem to get the nerve together to order food and drink. I pulled a few walk in and walk out/look like ...

      Click Clack Click Clack

      A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 01, 2014

      5 comments, 19 photos

      ... useful ice breaker. Across the day we learned that he is a helicopter engineer who flys around the world a lot for work, and is currently on his way home to see his two kids. We also learned that every time the train stops at a station, he buys an ice cream. That day we crossed two timezones and gained an extra 3 hours in the day, which meant that by 6.30pm we were ravished, and strangely enough the long day makes remembering when things happened quite difficult - things that happened ...

      Moscow - day 1

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 17, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

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      “Divvy”, she cried. “You’ve only tried to read the Play Station logo!!”.

      We reached the ticket machine for the airport express train with my pride still hurting. The instructions were multi-lingual including, thank God, English. However, we seemed to have chosen a temperamental machine, as it didn’t want to take my money. It kept spitting it back out. I spent a good 10 minutes grappling with this; probably ...