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... of the road, filled the car up at 60 p a litre and carried onto Moscow.We made it to Moscow, only one drama on the way, it rained a lot and the car didn't like that. It wasn't running right and although I was able to maintain a speed of 50 MPH I was a little worried. We managed to make it though and as soon as we sat in traffic for ten minutes and the engine warmed right up it sorted it self out. I am guessing something dried out :)
Finding somewhere to ...
Feeling robbed but awake we walked to the Kremlin. We decided against going into see Lenin as it was not his requested resting place which was to be buried next to his mum in St Petersberg. We watched the goose stepping changing of the guard by the tomb of the unknown soldier and had a good view despite the pushy tourists with big beer guts who nearly knocked me over.
After queuing for over an hour for a ...
... and I had a frozen cappuccino with ice cream and kahlua, followed by Armenian herbal tea, we watched evening descend on Moscow. It was lovely to see the towers of the Kremlin wall and the onion domes of the cathedrals all lit up as the night descended. On our way back to the Metro, we peeked into Red Square--which was closed in preparation for Victory Day on Friday--and saw St. Basil's all lit up. The perfect end of a perfect day.
... the air conditioning turned on and started pumping freezing cold air onto us. We felt like we were homeless going to all the business rooms and asking how much it was to sleep there for a few hours, after about an hour of walking up and down between 3 terminals we decided to head back to our little corner on the floor and try to sleep again. That walk must have done it for Oliver as he was out like a light once we were back but me, I ...
... start my trek back, it wasn’t long before I was joined by the others who had changed their mind about going back to the hotel.
At Red Square we found it was 250 Rubles to visit inside St Basils, I thought to myself I came all this way to Russia I might as well look inside. However, I did skip on the 160 Rubles you needed to pay if you wanted to take photos. The inside of St Basils was not what I expected, instead of a large open space it was more of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility