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... different sides of the fašade of the Four Season hotel. Our guide told us that the architect had two drafts for the fašade in 1 picture and Stalin just approved the whole paper. But the architect was too afraid to ask again which one he should build so he just stuck to the approved paper with two sides.
Later we went to eat something in a food court of a shopping center and met our Muscovite friend Anastasia with whom we ...
... and a bar/lounge car. At dinner we discovered all the glassware was made of the same beautiful crystal, and that the harpist had followed us on board and was playing while we ate.
The train has a gentle rocking motion and is not very noisy so it will be interesting to see how we sleep. We have been supplied with ‘sleeping drops’ in our cabin – vodka – hopefully it will not be needed!
... of course VODKA. Now, onto our 101 hour train journey.
Things we've learned -
Russian people do actually look 'hard'
The rollerblade is still a very popular form of transport in Moscow.
The Lada is still a very popular form of transport in Moscow.
Claire's shoulders still get sunburnt, even in Moscow.
Dave's Transport stats so far:
Planes used - 1
Buses used - 1
Trains used - 1
Metros used - 1
... So had interesting opinions on the current political situation. She has been fantastic at communicating throughout the whole planning process. So tickets in hand we have a whole day to explore the city.... The hostel is based in an old apartment block off one if the main roads leading up to the Kremlin. We walked out on to the road, down the hill and left on to a pedestrian road lined with eateries and a theatre. We went into a small coffee shop where between ...
... so numb on this seat and I becoming as paranoid as Lauren with the use of hand sanitizer, good job I brought a good supply. We still don't have a clue where to go but at about 20.30 we walk down to the platform where we saw the station sign earlier & look for people who might be doing the same as us, the place is still packed. The only useful piece of information is that our training tickets says train 4 at 21.35 and we see this info on one of the timetable boards but ...