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Travel Blogs from Moscow
... perimeter of one of the most famous Squares in the World, Red Square. This was named neither because of the bloodshed that has occurred in these parts over the years nor because of the redbrick Kremlin wall that imposingly shadows the Square. It certainly has no ties or links with Communism. This square was named when Communism was just another difficult word to spell in Russian!! The Word Red (Russian: Krasnaya) also means pretty or beautiful.
At one end of Red ...
... all the same spot, before finding the direct line back. Luckily I had a similar problem earlier today where a helpful soul pointed me the right way when I was utterly confused why the name of the stations weren't showing up and I was sure I was in the right station. So if you're at a stop with several stations, you'll have to follow the signs and follow til you find your line.
Off on the Ring Road tomorrow, we'll see how the internet fares, otherwise, hope the weather improves.
... Davies have the guts to finish when she was having a bad day. More than we can say for some of our athletes.
Between the morning & evening sessions they have a tent where famous athletes talk to the public at a certain time. We came back to see Seb Coe & get the book signed but he wasn’t there. Although Dwight Phillips 4 time world champion in the long jump & Olympic ...
... side of the Volga are the skyscraper buildings of Moscow's growing central business area. "Hedgehogs in the fog' was how Seeva described these tall buildings. More photo opportunities for Oleg then a lovely walk back across the Volga via a pedestrian walkway. Two more Metro rides and we were back at the hotel. We convinced Vera and her family to join us for "beer o'clock" and to round off another superb day.
Tomorrow we join our cruise.
After this I headed to Izmaylovo market, apparently the best market in Moscow, to buy some souvenirs, but due to the weather it was closed! So on this note I returned to the hostel, soaking wet and cold!
On the last day I headed to Arbat street, which was described to me as a cross between Covent Garden and Regent's Street. Normally there are lots of street artists, musicians and market stalls, but due to ...