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... and they were holding our bags till 3pm when we had a taxi booked to the Novotel hotel at the airport with a 630am flight to Sochi. We had lunch in the hotel cafe and watched preliminary heats in the Olympics on TV. We arrived at the airport hotel in the snow and it was a relief to be in an international hotel where the staff spoke English. We enjoyed the comfort and ease. Had dinner and watched the opening ceremony on TV at least till the Australian team marched in. Tomorrow we'd be there. ...
... from the demolished church were used in the subway station across the street. The church was rebuilt between 1994 and 1997. It cost $200 million U.S. to build. Presidential decree said no public funds were to be used on rebuilding it, however most of the money probably came from public funds. The Cathedral is very beautiful inside and since it is still a practicing church no pictures were to be taken ...
... not a ticket, you have to take this documentation to Lenin Station where you will be issued with tickets. So we set off on the subway feeling this is additional wasted time we did not need & got out where we thought would be near to the station. The problem is that there are two stations close to each other & as you would guess we did not have the right one first up. After walking around in a haze a guard more friendly than ...
... the famous aurora which was the cruise that fired the first shot that started the revolution. After going to the road side markets we went inside the church of our saviour on spilled blood. This church was so remarkable every inch of wall inside was covered with mosaic pictures. I also got my mandatory Cassie photo and jumping photo outside this very Russian building. For me, what made a Russian building was colours or gold, the onion turrets and all round drama. On the ...
... we moved up to see what was going on. Apparently there was a street dance competition and it seemed to be the final round ending with an enormous glitter shower and big cheques for the winning team. Some of the craziest things was probably running into a Russian guy we met the night before when clubbing. What a small world, only one day in town and already some reunions in a city of 11 million inhabitants. We finished our mall tour with dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant. Yum!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility