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... hat, but a keen adventurer!
With Olesya we walk along the river banks, past the statue of Peter the Great, the famous Gorky park, where we eat an ice cream and sit at the central fountain.
Then we cross the river and walk through old Arbat. Streets full of people, mostly tourists from the Russian countryside. Just like any other city in the world, artists paint you, or your caricature, are living statues, sing or perform any other trick that ...
... that we found our hostel because it is in one of the most concealed spots that I have ever seen a hostel. We were loitering in the street where we thought it should be, scratching our heads, when luckily, a Russian man who looked like he was doing his daily commute home stopped (obviously recognising us as tourists with rucksacks on) and told us that to get to the hostel you need to walk through a gated archway into a courtyard and through an unmarked door in the corner. ...
... the golden domed churches and pastel buildings surprised me. I guess I thought it would be a bit more gray and bleak. We had a tour of the Kremlin by a great guide who looked like a 70's art student(he's a PhD candidate in Heraldry really). Lots of walking and gems and Faberge eggs and icon painted churches. All very beautiful and in very cold weather. That is the amazing thing on this trip. We have only had about three days of being hot, when the ...
... architecture, '30's, 40's style statues and iconography...simply transfixing. The photos won't do it justice but will give you an idea of what we mean.
After resting at home for a bit we went downstairs to a fancy pants restaurant in the basement of our hostel to celebrate the day. Had a pretty good meal, along with some bubbly and red wine and got some nice photos taken by the waiter. Toyed with the idea of consummating the engagement but passed out instead.
... him understand either and he handed the phone back to me. after an hour he decided he would leave the car and find directions on foot to this mysterious hotel ( remember he had sat nav). He reminded me of Captain Oats at the south pole "I am just going outside and may be some time." after a while I got out of the car and walked back to the hotel, he had saved me the job of strangling him! Is it just ...