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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... its riders that Stalin and his party had delivered something substantial to the people in return for their sacrifices). DH might have appreciated the historical journey more if we weren't packing all of our worldly belongings on our backs, and discovering that Moscow attempts to be more tourist friendly started-and-ended with one sign posted by the ticket booth that used Roman characters. After that it came down to memorizing the Cyrillic spelling of ...
... to get access to the toilet and sorting the supplied packaged breakfast. It was sad saying goodbye to our cabin companions who had tried to teach us more Russian words etc.
We found a seat in the station arrival hall to clarify our next move to get to our next pre-booked accommodation but in spite of previously downloading info off the internet it made no sense when we relooked at ...
... the golden domed churches and pastel buildings surprised me. I guess I thought it would be a bit more gray and bleak. We had a tour of the Kremlin by a great guide who looked like a 70's art student(he's a PhD candidate in Heraldry really). Lots of walking and gems and Faberge eggs and icon painted churches. All very beautiful and in very cold weather. That is the amazing thing on this trip. We have only had about three days of being hot, when the ...
... a little about our journey. I also caught up with Saito on the platform and told him not to go to Kiev one last time. He gave me a present when we said our goodbyes - a box of cookies. That was nice of him. After saying all my goodbyes I was on my own again and it was time to find my hostel. Russia was going to be my biggest challenge to date in terms of travelling. All the signs are in Cyrillic, no one speaks English, and it's not a massive ...
... and way too much food. Way too classy for me and old knucklehead! Continuing on with the theme of "immersing one's self in the culture" - Dig tried the oven baked Sturgeon for breakfast ( the fish that produces caviar). Not much makes old iron guts "gag" but that was pretty close. Speaking of him, he didn't do anything dumb today and (God bless him) he walked for over an ...