Arriving at Moscow we promptly found our hostel a lot easier than previous places. We went to sleep for a few more hours as the train sleep was not as refreshing as we all hoped. This was due to many reasons:
1)When the train braked it made a severe jerking movement and a loud screech.
2)When the toilet got flushed it made a noise of a Yak giving birth.
3) At a train station at 4am the announcer repeated the same message on the loud speaker for 45mins. Probably waking up every person and animal in a 1 mile radius.
4) The beds were too small so when I stretched my legs on the top bunk I hit the main light switch consequently waking everybody up.
We did our compulsory visit to the Kremlin and Red Square which reminded me of Byker Wall as it was just a big red bricked wall and sadly Lenin was having the day off so we couldnt even see him. So, Moscow was ok and seemed better than what we expected but definitely not worth spending a long time there and also it was quite pricey.