ASTRUS Moscow City Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moscow
... food was something to do with a pumpkin but was so complicated that the interpreter was struggling to convert it to Russian so Jan did it himself. Paula who is very analytical & has a degree in languages would pause as she carefully would consider the answers to these life threatening questions. For the record her favourite foods are sushi & dark chocolate. Kajsa who is a lesbian ironically gave a meat as her favourite food. ...
... br> 9:00 PM Another futile attempt to connect to wifi at the Sheraton Palace. Fail.
9:00-10:00 PM Pack...again. Incredibly pleased that items in suitcase appear to be fitting even better than when I first packed at home. Looking forward to not having to repack again (spoiler alert-my luggage was ransacked in Moscow as well, this time even more extreme than Bucharest. So excited to repack yet again in Kyiv)
6:30 AM Wake up call
... his only Saturday night in Moscow. *******!! So the girls left after a while and so I decided to hangout with the boys, but most of them also went off and found some nice local girls to dance with. And I was just in no mood to hook up with anyone and my feet were so sore also, so I wanted to go home and Tristan decided to come with me. Although there were taxis outside the club, he decided he wanted to do a walking tour of the city. And to be honest, I was grumpy about the racist ...
... and the knife-man. What remained of the 66 hours on that train went by pleasantly and smoothly. The borders (Kazachstan and then Uzbekistan) proved to be unproblematic, our new train conductors were friendly, and we enjoyed the changing scenery witnessed through the window: from the frozen Volga to the Kazakh steppe, with even some camels to welcome us in Central Asia! We arrived happily in Tashkent, greeted by Seth, his housemate and a delightfully warm Uzbek evening.
... Each one is made in a different pattern with different tiles. They are works of art in themselves. Some of them had obvious openings in the front where wood or coals would have been added but many did not and I'm thinking, from other places I have been, that there would have been a passageway behind the furnace for the servant to go in and stoke the fire and keep the place warm.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center