Aerostar Hotel Moscow
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... an hour listening to local Russian music. Arriving at the hotel felt very familiar. Probably because it is a Hilton Doubletree and I spent 3 days a week in the one in Ealing. (Steph they still give you a cookie, even in Moscow) We have been out and about. We braved the metro and went to Red Square and the Kremlin. We also managed to pick up our transiberian tickets even though the office really was in the middle of nowhere. The 'CityMaps2Go' app saved us ...
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landing in Moscow from Amsterdam, I had several hours to kill in the Airport.
... making vegetable dumplings with the owner lady. There is an art to making different shapes, and I was all thumbs… But the finished dumplings were divine, steamed for our supper. We spent the 3rd day in Mongolia at the Hustai Nurwuu National Park - 100kms west of UB. This park is home to the endangered Przewalski horses (called Takhi locally). They are much lighter in colour than the local horses……but otherwise not too ...
... ice cream. What actually arrived, however, was 2 big bowls of ice cream, and a side of ice cream. Maybe "strudel" sounds like ice cream in Russian or something, but the end result was we had ice cream coming out of our ears! The ice cream itself was lovely, but there was just a bit much. All in all, for garlic bread, 2 freshly squeezed orange juices, 2 Sprite's, 2 mains and 3 deserts came to 2100r, about $32AUD each. Just for kicks, we went and had a look ...
... today cost £1000s although it’s common to see woman (of a certain age) wearing the latest fashions!!
Roisin was surprised as to the colour and vibrancy of the city. People were very friendly and willing to try to speak English. That has certainly changed. Like the Wizard of Oz I recall Moscow being in Black and white/Grey and it is now most definitely in glorious Technicolor.
We will without doubt return to Moscow. Maybe in springtime. And not on a ...