Hotel 45

Semenovskaya Naberezhnaya 3/1 Bld.6, Moscow, Central Russia, 105094, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow

End of an epic train journey

A travel blog entry by guytang


... hostel. Red square was not as red as I thought it would be. The walls of the kremlin was red, the church/museum was red and Lenin's mausoleum was but of course that's not why the place is called red square! In the square itself there was a temporary ice skating rink and on one side of the square there was a big shopping complex that oozed opulence both inside and out. I guess this is modern Russia and I was thankful for the shopping centre as it was bitterly ...

St Petersburg to Moscow and a day of contrasts

A travel blog entry by almightyg73


... there are. Dotted about all over these communities are made of homes built from nothing more that scrap wood and corrugated metal, smoke billowing from their little chimneys, women pushing their babies along at the side of the tracks, I guess there are a lot of people in this country that live like this and it makes you wonder if the state are really aware of them, I almost felt guilty tootling along in my modern clean comfortable metal tube but that ...


A travel blog entry by errolandtrish


Well we're on the last leg of our journey having arrived in Moscow around lunch time. Went for a tour of the inner city area which totally surprised me as it is a lot more vibrant than I thought it would be. The streets are very wide and one street was wide enough for 8 lanes of traffic in each direction. They took us for a ride on the subway and we had to ...


A travel blog entry by nonlinear


... and cook something at home. Be sure to check in of FourSquare, but don't link it to Facebook, cause that is just annoying. Then go home and write about. And by then you are ready to call it a night, or something like night if it every got really actually completely dark. Dream. Wake. Repeat.

But that is just a taste of summer. Buy the ticket and take the ride. That's what it's about, or so it seems to me. What do you think?


A travel blog entry by ramblerrose


... visitor. We didn't get to see Lenin's tomb though because it's in Red Square next to the Kremlin.
By the way, Red Square is called this because the word for red красн 72;я (krasnaya) can also mean beautiful.

We walked through the famous GUM dept store to get to St Basil's Cathedral with it's many onion domes. ...

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