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... day for us, badly needed but Saturday morning was free so we went on the Metro to Arbat. This is an old part of the city and the main street is a pedestrian mall lined with souvenir shops and restaurants. We had a nice lunch there and spent some money buying presents to bring home. After the Aths on Saturday night we went back there with Tony Rice and had a nightcap in one of the bars. Good fun!! It has been a busy few days.
... 8216;sevens’ have just started or finished or something … so I guess I must have
arrived. No mention of when or where or who won (I had to search the Internet
to find that NZ won.) A minor detail for most Russians I'm guessing.
I paid some rubles for my dinner and I waited in
the right terminal to leave tomorrow. Now I just have to fill in another 12
hours. I'm sure I'll be able to find a place to curl up and try and sleep.
... cars here and god knows how many non registered vehicles so there is no "easy fix" to the chaos.
The gallery we visited was donated to the people of Moscow by Tretyakov in 1856 and it now has 130000 Russian works in the collection. We only saw a very tiny number on our tour but it was very enjoyable and covered a range of art types - portraiture, Icons, landscapes, seascapes, impressionism and sculptures.
The collection has grown ...
So 3am London time, 6am Russsin time. Have somehow jumped my hours of sleep. Walk around for an hour being lost in transit. Went to the passport control just to be sent back again, where to go? Can't go out cant go in. After having been lost taking elevators and escalators up and down, spoken to 3 different people and starting to feel that jet lag I finally gets to ...
We have arrived in Moscow a day ahead of the start of the actual tour, so today is a free day. Since we have cracked the code on how to use the subway, we decide to set off for a day's prospecting.
First, though, we take in the Marriott's seven-course breakfast, which turns out to be what you would expect of an establishment of this 5-star calibre. Afterwards, while we are sitting in the lobby checking emails and going over the tourist brochure, an American sitting across from ...