ASTRUS Moscow City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... big celebrations were carried out in the past and still are today. I was a bit disappointed to see that the square isn't actually red but many of the buildings are surrounding it so I wasn't completely let down ;-) Smile update - We have experienced a lot more smiles in Moscow! Now it is just plain confusing. We have no idea what to do with our face when we meet people. I'm going for a semi neutral/half smile that I can quickly stop in it's tracks or turn into a full smile if ...
... where English hasn't been the norm. In fact, surprisingly, so far ************e has spoken any English to us and the certainly aren't that many English signs or translations. This made navigating the metro particularly difficult. But somehow, Tom, with his internal compass managed to get us to where we needed to be after having bought metro tickets from a Russian machine - we hoped they were metro tickets!
In general, it has ...
... are around red square and want some cheap food, go into the GUM store and go to the top floor and look for the flower symbol. All the restaurants with the symbol are cheap canteen style restaurants.
We ate a meat parcel, chicken and noodle soup, stuffed vine leaves and a lasagna type thing. The lady we ordered from spoke English so we were OK on that front.
On the way out of red square, we saw a man angle grinding on the top of ...
... they are far more fragrant than our subways and much less adorned with local art.
As we approach the first station my stomach starts to cramp.........the thought of subway escalators......my worst nightmare. I psyche myself up and we head into the darkness......I know that's a bit dramatic but I thought I'd been a bit boring in today's blog. As we get further down we realise that we don't have metro tickets so can't get through the ...
... at all, although the younger people and hospitality industry staff are more likely to know some English.
I was quite capable of eating as a vegan in Russia; it’s just that restaurants tended to serve me the same few ingredients at every meal, so I got a bit tired of tomato-and-cucumber salad and roasted zucchini, eggplant, tomato and mushrooms. Things were better in St. Petersburg (and I found one of the vegetarian restaurants for ...