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Old 01-24-2014, 01:50 AM   #10
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I would if I could. Russia is piss cheap for food, accommodation, alcohol and hookers as far as I heard.

Also I would love to know what 10ft deep snow is like.
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.
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