Sevastopol Hotel

Yushun'skaya Bol'shaya ulitsa, d. 1A, Moscow, Central Russia, 117303, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Russian village life

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Aug 06, 2014

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... felt much more Soviet than anywhere I've been in Russia, with several war memorials displaying the soviet red star and old soviet style shops, cafés and even the house numbers on the houses. The village is called Leo Tolstoy. For those of you into literature you will be fully aware that Tolstoy is Russia's favourite son who wrote War and Peace. The village is named after him as it's the spot where he died whilst travelling on a train. There's a ...

Moscow Part III: Politics

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 25, 2014

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... operating in Berlin in 1989 during the fall of the Berlin Wall, and is reported to have been requesting military assistance from Moscow as protest grew and the wall began coming down. A request that fell on deaf ears in the Kremlin as the realization that the "iron curtain" was opening had set in.

Why is any of this important? Well, to understand Russia, the Ukrainian conflict, and the future of ...

Warsaw is Closed

A travel blog entry by johnlucas on Feb 27, 2014

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We had two visits planned during our brief stay in Warsaw, the History Museum and the Uprising Museum. Both were closed - the only reason we could think of was it was National Donut Day, the hotel had them on reception, we were given them at lunchtime and a very attractive slim blond Polish girl wanted me to try her donuts in the street, at least that is what I think she meant (almost all the girls are slim and attractive, ...

St Petersburg to Moscow and a day of contrasts

A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Oct 12, 2013

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So today was the day I headed from St Petersburg to Moscow.

Quite sad to leave St Petersburg the place is beautiful, especially this time of year as the trees with all their vibrant golden and red shades really bring the place to life and give it that extra splash of colour everywhere you turn. I started to get to know the Russian folk in the hostel a lot better and they are the most friendly I have came across so far. Russia isn't really what ...

Day 9 - Arriving in Moscow

A travel blog entry by costin on Oct 08, 2013

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... out of us, "Didn't you see the bell?!" After all you read about Muscovites being a bit unfriendly and in my weary state, my initial reaction is certainly not to laugh, but she ushers us in with a smile and I realise it was meant in jest. I guess all the warnings from our fellow passengers on the train have put me on ultra defensive mode. Awareness is all well and good, but clearly I need to Lighten up a bit! We luck out when we find out the hostel ...