Barnaul Hotel

Krasnoarmeyskiy drive, 135/Pobedy square, 3, Barnaul, Siberia, 656031, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Krasnoarmeyskiy drive, 135/Pobedy square, 3, Barnaul, is near Moscow Kremlin (Moskovsky Kreml), Kremlin Walls and Towers, GUM Department Store (Glavny Universalny Magazin), and Lenin's Mausoleum.
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    1st June -Russia

    A travel blog entry by stoddyblog on Jun 01, 2014

    back on line, have traveled through Iran, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and crossed into Russia today. Lack of internet and many nights wild camping have prevented me updating this blog, the plan now is to have a day here on Barnaul prepping bikes then travel to the Mongolian ...

    Putin's Moscow

    A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 15, 2013

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    ... Natalie arrived. Natalie was in Moscow for two nights before travelling to St Petersburg as a representative for the UK for the G8 summit. She told me how she'd nearly had trouble getting a visa in time, but that Vladmir Putin himself had personally intervened and got her one within days, and wouldn't hear a word against the modern Russian Tsar. She was seemed very excitable and asked quickly if I wanted to join her for dinner and drinks. Exhausted after the long ...

    At the End of Our Train Line

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 02, 2013

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    ... amazing train adventure.

    We finally arrived in Moscow which was the end of the line for our Trans Mongolian train journey. It had been a blast. The scenery had been great, the cabins had been quiet and noisy, and the Russians in the end were a little crazy. We had some nice pravadnitsas (train carriage attendants) and some not so nice. But all in all, we had completed one of the great train journeys in the world. And of course we did that in our own ...

    Couch Surfing!

    A travel blog entry by paddyfetherston on Sep 17, 2012

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    Moscow is an incredibly expensive city, so to help keep costs low we got involved with a website called Couchsurfing. The idea is you stay with somebody free of charge and in return you offer them your place, should they ever visit your city.

    We stayed with an American couple called Ryan and Imani. They had a very small sofa bed in their room which they very kindly offered to us. ...

    Moscow Mix-ups

    A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Jul 10, 2012

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    ... not 'Moscow Home Hostel' and they had no record of us staying there. Now I was confused again. I knew that Godzilla hostel was the place I had put on my original visa application, but some of the hostel details since then had changed. The crucial page from my documentation was missing, and Nicola's info was out of date. To complicate matters further, we had found a hostel in the Lonely Planet guide called "Home from Home Hostel" and Nicola wanted to head either there or to ...