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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... displays of Modern Art or fashion. Even closer in the foreground was a large statue the looked like a boat with a large sculpture of a man on the front. Turns out this is a monument to Peter the Great but the funniest part of this story, which I only heard very recently, is that the man on the monument was originally Christopher Columbus and it was designed and built as a gift to the United States who apparently rejected it ...
... by the west. Having been to the city many times before, I have now developed a much better understanding of it and have grown to love it. It takes time to understand it, it's people, it's culture, it's way of life. It's not just about freezing temperatures and vodka (although both have a huge impact on culture and society). Once you get over the fact that customer service is non existent, people look miserable, the traffic jams and the packed metro, scratch under the surface and ...
... by the Top Gear like driving and cars ranging from Bentleys to Bentleys. A quick stop at the local supermarket, we returned to our dorm with stiff legs for a sit down before preparing dinner.
We spent the evening plying a number of card games in the 'lounge' which was a perfect opportunity to meet other travellers bound for the Vodkatrain. All in all, and exciting but tiring day and looking forward to a lie in...
Signing out Ollie & Stephen
... reasonable price, a really rarity in Moscow, where food is very, very expensive. The dinner that we had last niche that I described above cost $200US.
We then went to the Novodevichiy Convent. This was founded by Basil III in 1524 to commemorate the capture of Smolensk from the Lithuanians. only the cathedral was built at this time. The rest of the buildings were added by Peter the Great's ...
... guess that's because it is still the seat of the Russian government. Red square is also disappointing because they are currently setting up massive stadium seating in the middle of it for I think an international military tattoo. So the views of St Basil's Cathedral, the State History Museum, the Kremlin walls and GUM department store are pretty much ruined. After grabbing a quick bite of pizza for a late lunch, I made my way to the State ...