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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... splendid stuff isn't even on display here, it is in The Gold Fund, another Kremlin museum, and one we didn't visit. In the evening we walked up to The Arbat, a busy dining district, for dinner in a soviet cafe, Varenichy. We both enjoyed a great meal for not a lot of money. An interesting thing about menus here is that alongside the description are numbers that correspond to the weight of the ingredients, for eg 140/50/20 ...
... given yesterday.
It was getting late, and time for us to be driven back to the train station and the four hour trip back to St. Petersburg.
We were all exhausted from the pre-dawn start and all the walking. Our group was quiet on the train, and on the final bus ride back to our ship.
There was one last hurdle: passport control at dockside. It had been rigorous each time we came and went. But now it was ...
... or driving 4 deep in black luxury sedans and Land Rovers all over town. As for the government and business sectors, well those two are not all that separate it turns out. First off, Russia is the largest producer of natural gas, second largest in liquid gas, and 6th in coal production in the world. I've also talked some with journalist students from Germany studying media here, and from what they've learned, if you're not connected ...
... of people responding at one point it was hands straight in the air the next all stood fist in fist united. Charlie texted saying he was about so we arranged to meet him by the Bolshoi, stocked him up with some Haribo. Charlie is Rebecca's (Mike Dudfields) son, he has been living in Moscow teaching English for the last 8 months. We explained our plan to head out to the market and he came up with an alternative. So we did the Charlie walking guide. This took us past the old part ...
... tomb of the Unknown Soldier. This event occurs every hour and the guards have to remain perfectly still during their hour on duty. I heard that these soldiers goosestep to and from their post. This is an understatement. For one brief moment I thought that I was witnessing the Kremlin Guard’s Monty Python Appreciation Society giving their rendition of the Ministry of Silly Walks (see photo. The camera never lies!)
From the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier can be ...