Lenin 15 , Tomsk, Siberia, 634028, Russian Federation | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Tomsk


    A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... to ulaanbattar. Do a little more exploring, another hot day and early night.


    Laundry day, luckily the babushka running the hostel insisted on doing laundry for us, and then quickly pushed us out the door telling us to explore Lenina blvd, which we did. The locals were out enjoying the sunshine. We walked to the dilapidated riverfront where locals were swimming in the river, a river that didn't look ...

    Putin's Moscow

    A travel blog entry by captaindort on Jun 15, 2013

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    ... you feel like you're journeying down into the city of the earth. And then you notice enormous statues and murals presenting Stalin, Lenin and various working people like religious figures. Chandeliers hang over the platforms, platforms with enormous dome-ceilings like you'd imagine inside a palace.

    Over my three days in Moscow I spent a lot of time exploring the Metro system – although mainly because I was lost inside, travelling underground trying to work ...

    At the End of Our Train Line

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 02, 2013

    14 photos

    ... mess so that we could finish off our Russian snacks for breakfast. What a train ride.

    Thinking back to all the train rides, a real highlight actually wasn’t the cabin life, or the carriage life, but the amazing scenery. We travelled from Mongolia, to Siberia, then across the Ural Mountains into European Russia. A massive country, but a such beautiful one. The scenery was a white wonderland. At times all we could see was white. Then ...

    Moscow Mix-ups

    A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Jul 10, 2012

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    ... with a bill for 60 roubles for the tea! Another little scam!

    At around 9 we arrived in Moscow. We had been told that a driver with a sign for Lupine Travel would take us to the hostel. My hostel details were in my day pack, so I checked them and for some reason the page with the hostel address was missing. Not to worry, because Nicola had the same info, just in italian, and the driver was taking us directly there anyway... However the problem was the driver wasn't ...

    "Washington D.C." of Russia

    A travel blog entry by bjglawe on May 30, 2012

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    ... home to the 1980 Summer Olympics.

    The Russian language and alphabet is different from many languages on earth. The alphabet is 'Cyrillic script' first developed in the 10th century. It is contains 33 letters. If you look closely at the letters you will recognize some that are exactly like the English Roman alphabet, but there are many letters with funny shapes or letters that look "squished" together. Many of the ...