Hostel Monroe

Voznesensky Pereulok 5, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Moscow (population 12 million)

A travel blog entry by brinndalton on Jun 07, 2014

29 photos

... unprepared foreigner.

*Russians use the Cyrillic alphabet based on Greek letters and brought to Slavic nations by St. Cyril. Some information at http://www.omniglot.com/writing/cyrilli c.htm

*I should have said Hindu-Arabic numbers above. The numbers we use were developed by the HIndus and brought to Europe by Arabs, so rightfully called Hindu numerals or Hindu-Arabic ...

Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Jan 17, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

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“Divvy”, she cried. “You’ve only tried to read the Play Station logo!!”.

We reached the ticket machine for the airport express train with my pride still hurting. The instructions were multi-lingual including, thank God, English. However, we seemed to have chosen a temperamental machine, as it didn’t want to take my money. It kept spitting it back out. I spent a good 10 minutes grappling with this; probably ...

Parliament, coffee sting and police whistles

A travel blog entry by jimoo on Aug 13, 2013

16 photos

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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 ...

Day 7 - Moscow & beyond!!

A travel blog entry by kimrichings on Aug 13, 2013

10 comments, 2 photos

... station, north of the city? it's about the same distance as when we arrived. The decision is made for us as a yellow taxi pulls over in front on the corner, the driver gets out and opens his boot so we negotiate a price. Drivers starting points 700rur, Ian offers 300, we settle on 500. This is a very complicated station area with at least 4/5 stations as well as Metros, even the taxi driver isn't quite sure which station is which and of course.....no helpful ...

Trans-Siberian Part 1

A travel blog entry by catherine_paul on Jun 15, 2013

8 photos

I thought train life was pretty boring in all honesty, Cem has completely the opposite view. I'm not saying I didn't enjoy it but I'm not one who enjoys sitting round for hours on end, but after a few days you go with the flow and enjoy every minute of the experience.

After departing Moscow we headed off towards Irkutsk which would be our next tour destination. However it's going to take us just shy of five ...