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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... past Russian hero's are interred in the Kremlin walls with gold plaques marking the spot. Anyway, inside, it was pitch black and after going down some steps we all walked in silence past the embalmed body of Lenin, dressed in a black suit. It was much the same as seeing Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam. Even the Mausoleum was similar. Back in Red Square, I went to see St Basil's Cathedral. Fantastic from the outside but not as good on the inside as other ...
... on the top open their wings and feed the babies in their nests rubies.
All, in all, an amazing museum. Outside we went into the Church of the Archangel Michael, which is the Necropolis of the Tsars. Inside were the tombs of many Tsars including our friend Ivan the Terrible (Severe).
After that we got to see the Changing of the Guard which was very impressive, with a marching band, horses and a group of soldiers who did ...
... were all local and young. Diane ordered Georgian dumplings and I ordered Georgian BBQ chicken, potatoes and courgettes. We also had a couple of glasses of Sauvignon blanc. We decided to stay with a French wine for 190 r per glass, rather than the Georgian which cost 790 r! The meal was very enjoyable. We were pleasantly surprised at how cheap the meal cost and fortunately Diane had enough roubles to cover the cost. I now owe her a ...
... come to life but we had no time.
For lunch that day though we had some cool cafeteria like Russian food! I had some more borsch which was delicious and some beef pancake like things which were yum. Luke had some equally delicious crumbed chicken meal with wedgies. Soon after that we went showing and bought ourselves a very quite babushka doll. She has different snow related pictures on her and is going to become part of our Christmas decorations.
... so far it is everything a luxury hotel should be. As we only have one evening on our own in Moscow, we are dining in the library at the Cafe Pushkin, which everyone including our young tour guide says is the best (and most expensive) in Moscow. Bob had made arrangements from home, and the concierge at the Grand Hotel Europe was able to increase the reservation to accommodate the three couples with whom we have become friendly.