Aerostar Hotel Moscow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... like a dictator, and eliminates his opponents. She does not like the opponents, so she does not see that as a problem.
Interesting situation, because most Russians think the same way. So from a Russian viewpoint, we are dealing with the so called 'benign dictator' which is considered ideal (while it lasts).
During the day, we walk all across town. Among others to a monastery where we attend a church service. All standing, ...
... enjoy the experience. Time for the Bolshoi Ballet for Prue Roger and Bev while John and Anastasia wander the streets. They explore Old Arbat street, full of small shops a pedestrian area full of jugglers, street performers and fortune tellers. They enjoy themselves after they have left us at the theatre. The building is typical 18th century baroque, pink and cream with large fountains in the front, stretching almost a block in itself and its ...
... kind of split up after that. Some went to the Ballet, some went for dinner and I went shopping. Went to Okhotny Ryad, a massive underground shopping centre. Then headed to GUM and found a really cute souvenirs store and spent up!!! After another long and tiring day, I decided on some 'me time' and watched some tv and hung out at the Hostel. Another massive day tomorrow, and packing and leaving on the train for St ...
... next challenge. Underground stations have several exits that pop up to the surface in different areas. We did our usual thing of leaving the station through the most inappropriate exit and had another confusing 10 minutes or so standing on the street trying to figure out what direction we should walk in. Fortunately we chose the right way to walk based on the fact that we knew we had to walk past a park and there appeared to be a few more leaves in one direction! It is ...
... a Sydney Optometrist. We were a little concerned that it may be a really quiet group but within 30 seconds, everyone was chatting like best buds!
Our guide, Olga, took us to a local Russian cuisine restaurant for dinner. There are going to be no more comments on the food... Suffice to say that we will both be very much looking forward to some fresh, well cooked food, which doesn't involve cabbage, beetroot or greasy meat and potato when we get back.