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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Manchester - Heathrow - Moscow
Arrived safely in Domodedovo (Moscow).
I'm feeling very chuffed with myself.
I managed to look for a public bus and buy a ticket.......all in Russian.
It's a good job I'm quite good at reading the Cyrillic alphabet !!!!
Then I managed to buy a metro ticket and even find the ...
... is really rare in the bar. But the thing i noticed is, almost is everywhere you go, there is a gogo dancer in the clubs and bars. I guess it's pretty common over here.
There are so many interesting things to see in Moscow, and so much fun stuff to do! We didn't have time for all of it, so there's plenty of reason to come back here to have a great time!
The entry is short and happy for this time, but the adventure continues...
... are some really interesting looking graves but sore feet won the day and we left early and Maria walked us to the metro and we were big and brave and got the metro back to our hotel. The Metro was a lot bigger and cleaner than London, and had we been able to read the signs easily it would have been a doddle. Maria had given us such good instructions that it was actually very easy and we were. Soon home for yet another early ...
... something new every day. Here's a link: http://www.princeton.edu/~achaney/tmve/ wiki100k/docs/Arabic_numerals.html
It's important to mention that I usually travel without a set plan or tour, so much of my experiences and knowledge often come by discovery. So, for this trip, I arrive with a backpack of clothes and toiletries, a computer, a book on Russian Communism (Why Lenin, Why ...
... but it wouldn't be long before I’d check my watch again then check the alarm. Only 2:20am. It feels like I have been in bed for ages.
At 5am, my alarm sounded. I sat on the side of the bed. Still blurry eyed and trying to suppress a yawn, I said to Roisin, 'I wonder what time it is back home’
'Probably the same time it is here’, came the reply. ‘We haven’t left the UK yet!!!’
Obviously my body ...