Aerostar Hotel Moscow
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... I could finally visit the center of Moscow with my two colleagues Antonina and Yulia who fortunately speak Russian! It is very difficult for me as I’m still very slow in reading Cyrillic letters even though I’m improving. We had to take a shuttle to the airport, a minibus to the metro and then some metros. But finally we managed to reach the center!
First impression of the train stations: the stations are ...
... embarrassing! Once in our carriage we found our cabin where our bags were waiting. The cabins are very nice, but of course very small, and unpacking was quite a challenge, deciding what to keep out and what to leave in
the suitcases which are stored elsewhere. After some juggling we were able to fit everything in. Meanwhile the train left and we had started our journey. The train is very long, has 2 ...
... of course VODKA. Now, onto our 101 hour train journey.
Things we've learned -
Russian people do actually look 'hard'
The rollerblade is still a very popular form of transport in Moscow.
The Lada is still a very popular form of transport in Moscow.
Claire's shoulders still get sunburnt, even in Moscow.
Dave's Transport stats so far:
Planes used - 1
Buses used - 1
Trains used - 1
Metros used - 1
... s Park. Before Gorkys there are views of the Carherdral of Christ the Savior, then in the central island where Red October is a large art pirate installation dominating the skyline. It was here we also entered the Art Muzeon Sculpture Park. In places the sculptures are very dark depicting Russian military past. Then the next bit was more or a joyful fun sculpture of a boat filled with rabbits playing instruments. Then a metal cage of ceramic heads. Between ...
... and stay up until the morning. Because it is so far north though, it is not even really dark at 1:00 AM this time of year, which is also sort of surreal.
The last day in St. Petersburg was Friday, and we took a boat ride to Peterhof, which was the summer palace for the Tsars. It is enormous, with amazingly beautiful fountains and landscaping. I've been to several castles, and though the Nazi's burned most of the interior of the buildings, so they are not ...