Aerostar Hotel Moscow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... s economic collapse and Yeltsin's big sell-off?
We now knew ALL about that after the lectures given by our Viking guides, Natasha, Sasha and Tatiana!
On our first day we were offered a choice of two Moscow city tours-- one by bus and one a bit more demanding.
As Rick and I needed to start shedding the couple of kilos we'd gained while on board, we opted for the 'Up-Close Moscow Tour by Metro'.
This meant lots of walking which ...
... it as cold as I expected and find a T shirt and a coat to keep out the wind plenty to keep you warm. So it was time to see if I'd booked the right ticket and head for Leningradsky station for my train to St Petersburg on Monday morning, day started well when I dropped my mini bag padlock in the lift which dropped through the door gap and clattered to bottom of the shaft, captain lucky strikes again......Anyhow I had booked the right tickets and boarded the ...
... Another old church we had 4 male vocalists give a rendition of Russian music. Our guide took us to 4 different banks before we could change some Euro's into Rubels. I was NOT going to have lunch today, but weakened & the fish & salads were delicious.4pm we had a traditional Russian Tea Ceremony: sweet tea & bun. Went through a lock 8 mt we travel down in lock & another 13 mtr in ...
... city centre. From home (Perth) to hotel we have been up roughly 32 hours. Our lovely Ararat Hotel is nearby to the Bolshoi Theatre, Red Square & Kremlin. We have already had a dip in the 15 mtr pool & Roman sauna as a means to stay awake till early this evening. There is a mini coffee machine in our room but Arthur was not impressed so we had a coffee bag from home & milk delivered through room service. Now time for a ...
... the key historical buildings around the central part the city. The tour ended with a walk along a nice wide boulevard that makes a horse shoe shape through the city following one of the rivers. The parks and squares in St. Petersburg and Moscow are very well kept and give off a very peaceful vibe.
We explored a bit more in the afternoon and checked out the GUM mall with “historical ...