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... that just days ago Red Square was the site of the massive 70th Year Victory Day military parade - and that thousands of soldiers and state of the art nuclear arsenal were actually - right where we were standing. It was hard not to think about it - much of the scaffolding holding seats for dignitaries was still in place, covering much of the face of the Kremlin and Gum Department walls. I had to almost pinch myself to believe we were actually there - and ...
... the system. There
is a basket next to the toilet for disposal. There are NO SHOWERS on the China train!
On the Russian train, there is a shower at the end of our car. Procedure is to
sign up for a 15 minute time slot. You cannot sign up ahead of the new day. Due
to our late arrival on the train late last night I am scheduled for an 11pm
shower. By this time there is no hot water left.
... I loved it. Gone was the materialism of Moscow and this was life at it's simplest- Vodka, sun, nut picking, cherry picking and river swimming. (If fruit picking were an Olympic sport, the Russian villagers would be running out of space to store their feast of gold medals, they take serious pride in their way of life). Not that I could live here. It's hard to imagine village life under the Soviets but back then things were more prosperous and the ...
... apparently needed to add up my seven 100 ruble notes. Obviously there was just too many notes for the job to be done by hand? Finally got the two 100 US dollar notes in my hot little hand and ran all the way back to the consulate.
There was a queue!
The queue slowly dwindled down but we did manage to get our Mongolian Visa’s application lodged at 3.5 minutes before 12 noon! The relief was huge but we also knew the ordeal ...
... s orders. It is the main church of the Russian Orthodox Church and it was rebuilt exactly as the original which commemorated the defeat over Napoleon in Moscow. So it was like seeing a 19th century church but brand new. Another stop was the Graveyard of Fallen Monuments which is where a collection of Soviet Era sculptures have been brought from all over Russia and are now being displayed in a newly built park with walkways ...