Best Eastern Sevastopol Hotel

Yushun'skaya Bol'shaya ulitsa, d. 1A, Moscow, Central Russia, 117303, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Moscow then back to St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal


... would have pre-booked him for our return visit. Sally was so concerned she was taking photos along the way so that if anything happened to us the pictures would tell the story – in hindsight it sounds really funny.

After a rather hair raising ride with our crazy taxi driver who kept turning around and winking at me we arrived safely at the Staybridge Apartments at the Holiday Inn Hotel. Once we negotiated our way through the hotel we arrived at ...

The Grumpy Grey Land of Moscow......

A travel blog entry by gemchild


... this - not sure if thats unfortunatley or thankfully but either way we've enjoyed where we've been/slashed what we've eaten!

And for the record... I have not been poorly yet :) and I am not burnt yet :) (I know you're all dying to know).

Now it's time to head for the Transmongolian train................... The Journey Really Starts ...

Red Square

A travel blog entry by rachel21601


... s surface. It encompasses 11 time zones and it is 11 hours from Moscow to Vladivostok by air or 8 days by train. Moscow is the most 'Russian' city compared to St. Petersburg, the most European; the name is Finnish/Uralic and means 'dirty waters'; population is 12 million + an additional 5 million immigrants from the 'stans' or members of the former Soviet Union. 'Red' means beautiful to Russians, hence Red Square.

Our first stop is ...

Rome, we have a problem....

A travel blog entry by cjk2015

... learned the tragic history of this Church. Apparently, numerous Russian soldiers died defending the Church from Napoleon and henceforth, the names of the departed are carved into the walls as eternal memorials to them. It gets worse. During Stalin's time, he had the Church demolished and made plans to build a 400 meter shrine to Lenin upon the ashes of this Cathedral. Work started, but then World War ...

Stockholm's Archipelago

A travel blog entry by jpearson

... is really beautiful. Unfortunately no sleeperettes were available so we are bunking under the car deck with 2 other people. Should be interesting. I'm just hopping for a bottom bunk! Ended up having the room to ourselves. The ferry was fun, with live music (a great band with an even better set list), lots of little alcoves and spaces to charge ...


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