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Travel Blogs from Moscow

Moscow - day 1

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... up to the bus and brushed passed us practically pushing us aside.

" Eh, excuse me. There’s a queue here if you hadn’t noticed, don’t you know?" I said matter-of-factly.

“Eh excuse you but I’m the driver!!” Came the reply.

My engaging the bus driver in conversation, if nothing else, had at least entertained the rest of the people in line!

Our flight, a British Airways Boeing 747 departed at ...

Moscow taxi drivers

A travel blog entry by ianwill

Moscow taxi drivers ... What is wrong with these people? I arrived late in the evening at Domodedovo Airport eager to get to my hotel, I know how the taxis work in Moscow. So I pre-booked my cab, this is important for two reasons, 1- you can agree a price in advance, 2- you have a better than even chance that you will arrive at you destination, both are otherwise open to abuse and variation. Unfortunately my ...

Watching the World Championships

A travel blog entry by mrsmac

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... Stu Farquhar in the javelin. We met her at the stadium and then came back to our hotel along with Tony Rice. We had a fabulous lunch at a Georgian Cafe in the park near the hotel. Great food, nice(albeit expensive) wine and fantastic company. A day to remember!

Yesterday we also caught up with Peter and Penny Deane who had just arrived. They have seats very close to the VIP area so we should see them often.

The Stadium is set in a great park with many trees, ...

Exploring Moscow

A travel blog entry by louielou

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... took place, as they discovered when it was handed back over to the church in 1991 and found all the corpses in the basement. The orthodox churches are quite different to the ones in NZ and Canada, in that there are no seats, services are attended while standing. Next we walked along past the old city walls and around to St. Basil's cathedral in Red Square. St. Basil's was built by Ivan the Terrible to celebrate the capture of Kazan (who did some nice things ...

Vodka and Submarines......

A travel blog entry by john.babinec

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... North Sea and is now open to the public for tours at a nearby Naval Museum. No one there spoke English but Maria did an excellent job as my personal translator LOL. The Russian guide quizzed me about the different types of Russian submarines and was impressed with my knowledge (I had been on a captured Scorpion Class submarine down in Long Beach).

After checking out Russian world ending ...

 

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