Hostel Monroe

Address: Voznesensky Pereulok 5, Moscow, Central Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Day 26 Moscow

A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 26, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... there were some). It is Russia's most precious artefacts - the Crown Jewels, thrones, carriages, costumes, gold and silver plate - a mind boggling collection of valuable shiny things!

We saw beautiful priests' garments woven with gold and silver thread, fresh water pearls and other valuable stones. We saw the coronation garments of Catherine the Great, as well as her wedding dress. She had a waist of 32 cm. I don't think I could get ...

Week 2

A travel blog entry by jackcondron on Sep 05, 2013

12 photos

30/08/2013 – 05/09/2013

Mileage – 1323

Friday was a driving day, we left Prague, got a little lost, and headed out to Poland. When we crossed the border, the last easy one, we headed off the main road onto some smaller, more interesting roads, the aim of making it to a lake for camping. The roads where great, sun shining and nice to be off the monotonous motorway, we made it to the lake about 16:00, it looked man made and we ...

Moscow then back to St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal on Aug 09, 2013

17 photos

... distance to the entrance of Red Square. On the way it was good to see the number of Cafes and shops with people out and about enjoying the atmosphere. There were also Disney characters from Shrek to Monsters Inc. interacting with the children and characters dressed as Stalin and Lennon performing for the crowd. It wasn’t quite what we had expected.

On entering Red Square we saw all the things we had come to see including the Kremlin and the ...

The Final Stop - Moscow

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Jul 15, 2013

72 photos

... a very large third ear right in the middle of my forehead. Taking my lead from the multitude of under aged army lads in the vicinity, I soldier on. “Can I buy a ticket to St Petersburg please?” She responds rudely, and in Russian. ‘Биле 90;?’ I venture. ‘Санк 90;-Петер бург’ Diney puts forward. More Russian. Diney asks ...

Rome, we have a problem....

A travel blog entry by cjk2015 on Jul 11, 2013

... learned the tragic history of this Church. Apparently, numerous Russian soldiers died defending the Church from Napoleon and henceforth, the names of the departed are carved into the walls as eternal memorials to them. It gets worse. During Stalin's time, he had the Church demolished and made plans to build a 400 meter shrine to Lenin upon the ashes of this Cathedral. Work started, but then World War ...