If anyone happens to visit this city, I will be glad to help you: give advise, show around the city, visit a museum or exhibition and just have fun together. I can also help in learning Russian. Open, intelligent and positive people from all over the world are welcome;
I'm also living in Moscow. I'm working as an English teacher and trying to learn Russian. What brings you here?
Moscow is very big. How to get there, where to stay, what to see and all about getting around at a low cost? True store, was at Hard Rock Cafe in Moscow and the girls got up and walked out just before 1:00 AM. Stupid me, the Metra train's last ride ends just before 1:00 AM. It cost me about $40 USA to get back to my hotel. I'll try to help.
Would one of you have any advice for me? I am a student who will go to moscow for a year in september for my study abroad of international economics and management studies.
Yes I will try to learn Russian (order the books already), because everybody already told me that without that I am totally lost, but any other advice?
Books I should read, websites, etc?
books: independent travel guidebooks like Lonely Planet, Rough Guide, Let's Go, etc and culture specific guidebooks like the Culture Shock! series.