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... he spoke some English and pointed out for us:
- Lifting the seats revealed storage for bags
· Above the door was storage for bags
· Each bunk has headrests that lift to become storage for small items
· Steps that unfold for the top bunks
· Light switches etc.
As we were getting sorted out the fourth person for our cabin arrived. She was a ...
... degrees and snowing probably didn't help! Anyway I brought some souvenirs, took a few snaps (of the old soviet concrete housing) and also found my next activity. I have heard that Moscow has some of the worlds most amazing metro stations and it had completely slipped my mind to visit them, until I saw it on a postcard. I sneakily took a picture of the locations (on the postcard) and then whipped out my metro map and mapped out a route for my metro ...
... out with the Kremlin stood in front of me, and I have to say it is a very impressive sight indeed. Much bigger than you think from the photos I have seen and it takes a good 20 minutes to walk round the perimeter. The walls are very high and its hard to really see much up that close. The Kremlin is open to the public, however guess what? ...It's closed on Mondays! Monday? Who closes one of their most popular sites on a Monday? I think the Russian tourist board are ...
... and wait for it..........big SHOWER!! We sign a property agreement, Iliya leaves and its time for a beer. Followed very closely by a shower to sort that hair out. We decide that a night in is called for but take a walk to the super market a couple of doors away to stock up food & drink. We stay up have a few beers and pizza, Kim is on Thatchers Gold!! And write up our day 3 blog. That's so good and no rocking & a rolling of the train on the tracks.......night, night ...
... where the lineups were enormous with the Kremlin guard having one X-ray machine working. Very frustrating. Also challenging was, as members of the purple group we had to be chameleons as half us went in a yellow bus and the other half went with orange bus and then would regroup once we arrived at the Kremlin. I digress, we entered the Armoury with a tour guide and our headsets and discovered a wonderful museum. The exhibits were ...