ASTRUS Moscow City Hotel
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... zoomed by at various times. We went inside one of the nine churches, which was covered in paintings of saints and filled with tombs. Too Russian orthodox for me. Stopped at McDonalds near red square along with every teenager in Moscow and had a chicken wrap. It was easy and a warm place to sit. Then went back to the hotel where Cath collapsed. She was still ill and it had been a long day walking around in the cold. I got take away for dinner from Noodle ...
... t have a killer pair of heels with me) that we weren't able to sample some of the finer wining and dining establishments that we had read/heard about. Shame as I'm sure they would have been incredible. As our train to Kiev wasn't due to depart until 10pm we thought we might be bored on our last day however we were anything but. With so much to see and do we were kept running until the final hour so my advice is, if you haven't been to Moscow, ...
... 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 ...
Russia is one of a kind; 14 countries border this bad boy, population is 143 million people and it spans 11 time zones. 1/8th of the earths surface is Russia, I have never understood why more people don't want to see this raw, beautiful and historic country. Getting into the country via the Estonian border was an experience in itself, close to 5 hours just at the border not doing much besides letting bus loads of Russians in front of us and not smiling. Russians believe that if ...
... subways the electronic board inside the carriage shows the position of the train and the next station, but only in Russian; also all announcements are only made in Russian.We arrived in a most beautiful underground station somewhere near the Red Square but now had to wait for the guide. I didn’t mind the waiting as this created an opportunity to have a look around. Instead of long tiled sterile platforms I had more of a feeling of having arrived in a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center