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Moscow... Peeling Back the Curtains Comrade

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli

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6/5/2014

As the train approached Moscow the conductor woke everyone up. In my aisle upper bunk I began to pack up my things. Soon the train arrived in Москв 72;. Disembarking in the former Soviet capital, I felt a true sense of accomplishment. We were, after all, in the capital of the former СССР (Soviet Union), a place that seemed so untouchable in my youth. Our new friend Martin accompanied us as we ...

Moscow - day 3

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

1
49

... transport map and as the Metro was out of the question, she was convinced we could get there by other means. We visited the tourist information to enquire about a possible bus, tram or trolleybus.

We explained to the information desk our requirements.

“Take the Metro to Dinamo”, was the response. We explained that we didn’t want to take the metro.

“Yes, take the Metro. This is quicker. Ice Palace is a long way out. ...

Days 34-38 Moscow

A travel blog entry by tadtravels

63

... and the cost of an additional night hotel in Moscow. Second, it turned out to be a beautiful day in St Petersburg and a miserable rainy one in Moscow. When we finally made it to our hotel in Moscow, the news reports on BBC and CNN channels were showing St Petersburg and the brilliant weather they were having. It was on the news not for the weather, that was just a coincidence, but because there was a big summit there that day with leaders from around the ...

Icons, incense and introductions.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac

14

We headed out of the city today for the second excursion offered to us free of charge. This was to the town of Sergei-Passad where the Trinity Monastery of St Sergius is located.As we travelled there we realised that this was the same place we had come to in 2008 only then we were told it was called Zygorsk. However, that time it was pouring rain and we had to fend for ourselves for lunch. Today the sun was shining and we were promised lunch in the ...

Heading to Moscow in Style

A travel blog entry by oski

3

... and is named so because of it's speed. The train can go up to 250 kilometers per hour (150 miles per hour). We zipped along to Moscow, arriving in 4 hours, 30 minutes. We had arranged with the hotel in Moscow to send a car to pick us up and the driver was waiting at the station with a sign. The hotel is in a very historic building and many famous Russian politicians have stayed there. It's right across the street from the Kremlin, so it's central location is a big factor for ...

     

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