Park Inn Sadu
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Nice hotel, inexpensive and great location
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After another little train journey, I am in Moscow. It's pretty bloody awesome!! My hotel (Park Inn by Radisson, costing 140K loyalty points - only 2 million points left ) is about 20 minutes walk from red square. It's also virtually right next to the Tretyakov Art Gallery and a university campus which means lots of nice bars and …
... have due to the choices and the fact that it was now nearly lunch time. I settled for what looked like potato wedges, broccoli in a cheesy sauce, a beetroot salad and fruit. After the breakfast we headed to Moscow's main attraction, the Red Square. It's a pretty impressive square with the red wall of the Kremlin on one side, the fancy building of the GUM (an shopping centre filled with expensive and designer shops and cafes) on the other, the multi domed, colourful St ...
... Convent, just a few stops away. We had found a handy app for the Moscow Metro, which made navigation substantially easier. I ran into a problem just after we arrived at the convent, however. For some reason, my phone battery had been unusually drained of power. I feared that, if my phone should die, I would lose access to the Metro app. I would be lost if this were to happen. So, I briefly walked around the convent and then decided to just go back to the ...
NOTE: Again, morw pictures and a video at the bottom, underneath the text. On Thursday night Maria the hostel manager of the day booked us a taxi, negotiated the rate for us so we didn't get entirely ripped while we were packing up. Jess got some sleep, but given we had to get up at 1.30am to catch the 2am taxi, I didn't see any point sleeping so I just chatted with Maria about her time in Ireland. We caught the taxi and arrived at the train station. On the electronic board as you enter ...
... and it chucked it down for nearly all of our time there but good to see none the less.
We did manage to see a few sights - first stop being Burger King at Moscow airport to finally eat something to attempt to cure the hangover. It worked, but I should hope so at £10 a meal!
Things we saw;
- The Metro System - Feels like you're walking through a classic/communist art gallery without the art at each and ...