Hm Hostel Moscow
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Hm Hostel Moscow
TripAdvisor Reviews Hm Hostel Moscow
Travel Blogs from Moscow
... path, approximately 50-60 metres in length, and march with each leg lifted perpendicularly to the floor (but not simultaneously!!). Its one of those marches that looks funny to see but very uniformed when done. We were also fortunate to be able to go and visit the mausoleum of Vladimir Lenin the former leader of Russia. When we were in Vietnam previously, we missed out on the chance to see Ho Chi Min (former leader of Vietnam) so we really wanted to go and see this ...
... dedicated to arms!
We headed out later that evening to find a bar in the old Arbatskaya area, determined to get a decent beer and a cold wine. We ended up listening to a Cuban band in an Irish bar in the capital of Russia, that makes you think! Down to Red Square again to see the night lights, and Mandy managed to take some awesome night shots of St Basil's while Steve protected Mandy from the cold.
... hard to be a tourist here. People have been very unwilling to help us in any way (be it to buy tickets, find toilets etc....) and we feel like we have always been getting ripped off and given bad deals! Tourist information is fairly hard to come by unless you want to pay a foreign tourist operator to guide you around the city which is very expensive!
We spent the whole day today exploring Red Square and the Kremlin. St ...
... or just wanting to know a bit more. Next was Annunciation Cathedral, with dramatic paintings. Then the Assumption Cathedral, here I got told off for looking a bit to closely and touching a padlock to a locked chamber where a piece of Christ robe is stored. Lea got told off for touching a pillar, a second telling off for her, the first was for stepping off a pavement into a road inside the Kremlin. The fourth chapel was a smaller than the others with large wooden doors. ...
... the train!
Handily, there was a BIFFA shop just along from the station. This was the first big supermarket we had come across and it was perfect for finding all the supplies that we needed.
Heading back to the platform, we were just in time to see our train pull in. We made our way down to our carriage number 15. After some confusion with boarding the train, the provodnitsa (The dragon lady who looks after the train carriage) ...