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Well I didn't have such a good nights' sleep.
I'm staying in a capsule hotel.
The hotel is actually someone's apartment and is in a really cool neighbourhood, lots of bars and restaurants and really lively and only 5 minutes from Red Square.
Mohammed who was on duty looking after everything is great. Really friendly.
He spent an hour looking at how to get Spartak Moscow tickets for Sundays game (he was Lebanese and don't think he had much of a clue about football).
... after two nights. So it has been nice and quiet….. The cabin attendants are on duty day and night and keep the place spotless. They vacuum even at 3 am!! Every time the train stops they put on their full uniform and stand at attention on the platform at the door to the carriage. We have passed through a variety of types of countryside – in Russia, some big rivers (including the Ob and the Volga), a lot of forests, the Ural Mountains ...
... I can go into the middle of Red Square and complain all I like about Reagan and his politics'". It was all in good fun, and it was also good to hear about the background of some of the places that we visited. Part of the tour took us to some of the original rock foundations of the Kremlin wall, where it is customary to try and get a coin to land on the top ridge. I tried, and failed. Jess tried, overbalanced backwards and threw her coin into the crowd, ...
... hat or even no hat and just their coat collar turned up. However, they never gave me a second glance and it wasn’t long before I forgot I was wearing it.
When we arrived a Paveletskaya Metro station, Roisin was already heading for the bus timetable. Not knowing which buses or trams went where she came away defeated and resigned herself to making one more trip down the escalators from hell (rather than TO hell!!). I tried to lighten the burden by telling ...