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Old 01-24-2014, 06:28 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Scrat335 View Post
WRONG.

In Moscow a room at the Russian version of Hotel 6 will run you anywhere from $150 to $300 a night, food is usually reasonably priced (and very high quality) and you can get a bottle of Baltika for about $1 last I was there.

Cities like Smolensk are not much cheaper but you tend to have more competition with the hotels. The central hotel in the city will cost you $110 a night per person. The one by the train station in the industrial/market district north of the river is only about $35. I prefer it, not only is it more homey it's within easy walking distance from the partying spots along the Dnieper river. You can have a few beers and great food across from the main gate to the old city where the Viking traders used to beach their long boats.

It's just so cool.
that sounds alright to me..is russian beer any good?
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