Ulitsa Ostrovityanova, 14, Moscow, Central Russia, 117321, Russian Federation | Hotel
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2nd Act

A travel blog entry by freeasafish on Aug 26, 2014

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... 1077; 85;и (pielmeni) with cmetana to eat as our substance food.

The evening was spent eating delicious treats and drinking hot tea and joking around until the time drew closer and we needed to make our way back to the Metro station. Sergei, Katerina and I walked back to the station and we parted ways at the Metro.
So ends the second part of this fun filled day. Fret not the next few entries will be shorter in ...

Привет и

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jun 18, 2014

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... st, Peter the Great statue, Christ the Saviour church, many museums and Gorky park and you have a number of iconic attractions all within walking distance. I've always been fascinated by people and culture. I like to understand who we all are, where we come from, why we are who we are. Russians have had a tough time. Suppressed for 300 odd years under the Romonovs, further suppressed under the Communist regime and now suddenly thrown into two decades of a Capitalist society run by ...


A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Sep 14, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... as 'breakfast').

However, we did find the whole train and metro system really easy to work out, with a great colour coding system and maps to use; we found the area we were staying in really quite quickly. The walk from the metro to the hostel may have taken us double the amount of time though, as road signs don't seem to be around much in Moscow. The fact the door to our hostel was round the back of an old-in need of some TLC-building meant it ...

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A travel blog entry by ianwill on Sep 10, 2013

... to the dashboard, a flashing light blinking our position on a map. He typed in an incorrect address and set off, my heart sunk. We circled the city, with me shaking my head and pointing in the opposite direction. Taking control of the map I explained where to go, it made no difference. Exasperated I phoned the hotel, explaining my idiot driver was ... Well ... An idiot, the hotel ...

How do you break a tie?

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Aug 17, 2013

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... the Russian crowd but ended up in a tie for 3rd place with Rutha Beitia of Spain. However a new Russian star emerged to keep the crowd happy clearing 2.03m to defeat Brigetta Barrett of the USA. It seems wrong to me that they issue two bronze medals instead of having a jump off. I always remember the Commonwealth Games in 2006 where three athletes shared a bronze medal. In reality it is possible for ...

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