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... and at the moment it just feels like another short trip away. (Our flight out here was our 18th flight this year already). I'm not sure at what point I will realise what we are actually doing. (Nothing new there). It's been a roller coaster recently. For years I've been giving myself reasons why I wanted to leave the UK but the past few weeks I've been putting up barriers and trying to convince myself I should pull the plug on the whole thing. I think I've gone mad. Poor Anya, ...
... my workouts into garmin connect, and clear the watch. It was hardly critical, but good for my head to clear something out. I picked up drinks at the local unfriendly shop but didn't eat and so was starving and fading by the time I got to the IAAF lounge. Score there, though, as they had pasta. Can't complain, but some days it has been all meat, some days all potato and veg, today was just what I needed. Wolfed that and was in the stadium for the second medal ceremony and on to the ...
We alighted from the bus just across the street from the famous Bolshoi theatre – what a bonus to be able to see and photograph this amazing iconic building. Our group meeting point was opposite the theatre at the Metropole hotel so Trev, Sal and I were given strict instructions to return there by 3.30pm to collect our luggage from the bus and wait for the taxi that would take us to the station.
With our guide leading the way we walked ...
... which way to go. I thought I would be able to spot the hotel's spire from miles away. In the end I went 180 degrees from where i should but eventually I found the river. I knew if I kept walking along it I would reach home. And it worked, but after a fair walk.
When I got back to the room I found Fletcher there. He had not been well and had returned early from the Congress. He settled down for a nap and I put my feet up. My ankle had swollen up again and my ...
... demolished in the 1930's in order to build a Palace of Workers; although the ground turned out to be unfit and the palace was never built, the site was used for a swimming pool until it was discovered that the steam being generated was harming the pictures in the nearby Pushkin Museum. An exact replica of the original church was constructed and consecrated on August 19, 2000. The interior is pretty, pale blue walls, a 'white icing' altar and the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility