Moscow’s Charming Chemodan Restaurant

Moscow’s Charming Chemodan Restaurant

"Chemodan" mean "suitcase" in Russian, but you don't have to travel far when you're in Moscow to taste environmentally clean, sustainable Siberian cuisine. Why "Suitcase Restaurant?" They have a special place in Russian culture, and travel. Read More



The Longest Auto Race World Tour 2014:  Check-in from Perm, Russia

The Longest Auto Race World Tour 2014: Check-in from Perm, Russia

On May 8, 2014, a small band of loyal enthusiasts set off on a once-in-a-lifetime around-the-world 69-day driving adventure that follows in the tire-tracks of George Shuster and the original Great Automobile Race of 1908. The route takes them across Japan and ferries them into Russia; from there they breeze through the northern Manchurian part of China, Siberia, the Baltics, Poland, Germany, Belgium, and France. Along the way they'll continue to send check-ins from the road. Read More


The Longest Auto Race World Tour 2014: Gorilla Tape and Tie Wraps

The Longest Auto Race World Tour 2014: Gorilla Tape and Tie Wraps

On May 8, 2014, a small band of loyal enthusiasts set off on a once-in-a-lifetime around-the-world 69-day driving adventure that follows in the tire-tracks of George Schuster and the original Great Automobile Race of 1908. The route takes them across Japan and ferries them into Russia; from there they breeze through the northern Manchurian part of China, Siberia, the Baltics, Poland, Germany, Belgium, and France. Along the way they'll continue to send check-ins from the road. Read More




UNESCO Spotlight: Siberia’s Legendary Lake Baikal

UNESCO Spotlight: Siberia’s Legendary Lake Baikal

Dubbed "Pearl of Siberia," no wonder Lake Baikal is on so many travelers’ bucket lists of places to go before they die. It's hands-down superlative: the oldest and deepest lake in the world. It's also considered an ancient holy and sacred place. Read More