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... fun as we were, particularly around the fountains with the beautiful horse statues in them. Our day in Moscow was delightful and we saw much more than we’d planned for the day, and ended up in a big, modern shopping center buying souvenirs.
Skippy was surrounded by beautiful steeples of colourful buildings and restaurants all around her, and we felt comfortable leaving her in the Hotel car park while we went out for the day. .
... signs but there were very few. We knew which underground station we needed to go to in English letters but we hadn't thought to make a note of it in cyrillic so we found ourselves on the platform looking very confused. In the end we compared our English map to the Russian one and worked out the name of the station we needed in cyrillic and then it was a case of trying to match the cyrillic station name up with those written on each platform wall. Finding the hostel ...
... dedicated to arms!
We headed out later that evening to find a bar in the old Arbatskaya area, determined to get a decent beer and a cold wine. We ended up listening to a Cuban band in an Irish bar in the capital of Russia, that makes you think! Down to Red Square again to see the night lights, and Mandy managed to take some awesome night shots of St Basil's while Steve protected Mandy from the cold.
... echoed those of the guide I spoke with in St Petersburg. She argued heatedly such "facts" as 1. America would have sided with Hitler if Roosevelt had believed Germany would win. 2. American presidents are mass murderers because of Afghanistan, Gadaafi's assassination, Iraq etc. 3. America is not a democracy because the word is not used in their constitution. 4. Henry Ford supported Hitler, which ...
... where English hasn't been the norm. In fact, surprisingly, so far ************e has spoken any English to us and the certainly aren't that many English signs or translations. This made navigating the metro particularly difficult. But somehow, Tom, with his internal compass managed to get us to where we needed to be after having bought metro tickets from a Russian machine - we hoped they were metro tickets!
In general, it has ...