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What a long day we had today!
We started with a bus tour that took us to some of the places we hadn't already seen. One was Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, which has a very interesting history. Stalin blew it up in 1933 to make way for a gigantic pyramid monument to The People and Lenin. It was going to be taller than the Empire State Building. Unfortunately due to swampy ground and a curse from one of the nuns, the monument was never built. Instead it became a swimming pool. ...
... a few hours to visit the preserved remains of Lenin. He’s not quite the draw he used to be and the mausoleum is now open just a few hours on a few mornings; the hours’ long wait of the past is now just a few minutes, the lines aren’t quite what they used to be!
But perhaps the most memorable experience during this visit to Moscow is an evening spent at the Bolshoi Theatre. We’d booked tickets months ago for ...
... li>I managed to sort the alternator and then I was in a Polish body work shop at 08:30 and they managed to straight out the front for me.
A little nervous we set off for the border and 130 miles later we pulled up and crashed in a hotel 5 miles from the border. I was exhausted, it had been an emotional day where the trip nearly came to and end cause of stupidity, I would have been inconsolable.
Wednesday we were up and off for the ...
... little English we told him we needed a taxi so he immediately relayed this to the guard on the station door who phoned his “mate” the taxi driver. We were quickly bundled into the mates taxi bound for the hotel for the price of 50 Euro. In hindsight we think our friendly young man was the lookout for the other two and we’d been well and truly conned!
If only the taxi driver from our previous visit operated his taxi from this train ...
... arch that was on the spread from the edges of the bridge. Kids would go there for the beautiful view, or just to relax. It was a something insane, but it was a challange. When the kids saw the intention of others joninng them, they were really happey. They imediately spotted the foreign part, and encouredged that we should join them. They were cheering until we got onto the top. Legs were shiverring uncontrallaby. But the feeling ...