Oasis Hostel

Strastnoy bul'var 4/3, Moscow, Central Russia, 125009, Russian Federation | 1 star hotel
Prices starting from $24.00

Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin


... immigration kiosks. As we walked along the main corridor that ended at the immigration, other passengers kept appearing from side entrances, obviously coming off other flights. This ended up as a bottleneck of about 600 passengers waiting to pass through passport control. We were in the middle of it all.

Suddenly from behind a lady shouted something in Russian. Fellow travellers behind us and some in front turned and followed the voice. We ...

Moscow taxi drivers

A travel blog entry by ianwill

... start a conversation, "when you from" It's an old trick used regularly in the hostess bars, they need to establish your language, i shake my head and If pushed I revert to broad Geordie, "divint na mate" this confusion tactic often works, however it has also backfired in spectacular fashion when a Japanese lady once replied "it been long time since I hear good Geordie accent" but that's another story ...

Parliament, coffee sting and police whistles

A travel blog entry by jimoo


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Feeling robbed but awake we walked to the Kremlin. We decided against going into see Lenin as it was not his requested resting place which was to be buried next to his mum in St Petersberg. We watched the goose stepping changing of the guard by the tomb of the unknown soldier and had a good view despite the pushy tourists with big beer guts who nearly knocked me over.

After queuing for over an hour for a ...

Well, that escalated quickly

A travel blog entry by cjk2015

... horse stable, and hunting tower. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos inside his actual house. Tolstoy's study, the most popular room in his house, was neither grand, nor ornate like I expected. All of us were amazed that Tolstoy wrote such works as War and Peace or Anna Karenina on such a simple table no bigger than a coffee table! I do not learn much about him, but I found it interesting that Tolstoy spent a good ...

Exploring Moscow

A travel blog entry by louielou


... which were used when the church was reconstructed 20 years ago. Next we headed past the beautiful State History Museum to Manezhnaya Square which features Hotel Moskva. The guide asked us, what's wrong with this building? Now being a drafty, I feel the pressure to answer these kind of questions, I mean, it's my job to analyse drawings. Luckily I was first to answer - the building isn't symmetrical! The theory goes that the architect had two elevation designs. ...

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