Medea Hotel

Address: Pyatnitskiy pereulok, d. 4, build. 1, Moscow, Central Russia, 115184, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Aboard the Trans Siberian Railway

A travel blog entry by chipbutty on Sep 16, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Well the train journey wasn't that bad.
I was travelling Kupe - 2nd class, which is 4 people to a compartment.

There was a young Australian lad in my compartment who was on a world tour and on his way home via Vladivostock and Japan.
He was having a nervous breakdown as he thought he was going to miss the train and had difficulty finding the train station and train.
I think he had also ...

Culture shock: Travelling to China!

A travel blog entry by jamesmarlow92 on Aug 30, 2014

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Give Russia a run!

A travel blog entry by jeanetteandpat on Jun 23, 2014

5 photos

... over to the people. . In case you have forgotten, Russia lost 30 million people in WW2 and 40 million under Stalin. They are a country of survivors, with a sharp wit and a wry sense of humour. . Because of all the changes in politics, they say that the most notable thing about their past is its unpredictability :) . Go first class on the overnight train from St Petersburg to Moscow. We did this, and the sleeper carriage ( ...

Click Clack Click Clack

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jun 01, 2014

5 comments, 19 photos

... online so they looked very different. Back to waiting. While I was off looking for other ways onto the platforms, a man came over, put his luggage with ours, said something to Jess in Russian, and left. Presumably something like "please look after my luggage". Someone who spoke a little English must have seen we were nervous tourists, so she came over and asked where we were from and what train we were on, looked at our tickets and so on. The man whose luggage we thought we were guarding ...

Moscow - day 3

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 19, 2014

1 comment, 49 photos

... It was certainly more ornate that what we’re used to. I may even go as far as to say it was well worthy of the second most ornate metro station in the DK Eyewitness Book of Moscow’s 10 Most Ornate Metro Stations, but I could see I wasn’t convincing Roisin. She may have been taking a few photos to record the experience but she still had one eye on the impending escalator. Luckily for the World (and me) it wasn’t a long or steep one so with a huge ...