Atlanta Sheremetyevo Hotel
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... our passports we settled into our compartment which we shared with a young man who simply read his iPad or played with his phone on the top bunk. He was either Russian or Ukrainian and we thought he might have been in the army judging by his physique. At 22:56 the train departed for Kyiv and Ukraine. I was sad that I was leaving Russia for the last time with very little hope of visiting again and I was slightly anxious about what would await me in the ...
... the word 'Manchester' (imagine a strong Russian accent when saying this), followed by a very hard unsmiling stare as they checked our passports and visas. We then, impressively, were able to find the train that took us to Paveletskaya (Павел 077;цкая) station in Moscow centre.
Our first little mission - find our hotel. To do this, we bought a map for approximately 5pounds. However, 2minutes and 20seconds later we ...
... built BMWs and Mercedes to our old friend the Lada and Trabant. It is suicide to try and cross these roads hence why at every major intersection and junction there are networks of underpasses. At first we were both reluctant to using use a thoroughfare that can be associated with thugs and muggers and can also be a magnet for drunks and other undesirables you would rather want to avoid in a country where even the kindest works in Russian sound like their angry ...
... room). some kind of event going as there's lots of men dressed in military uniform and music & clapping. The hostel I stay in is pretty terrible (there isn't even a cooker) but there are a few friendly people staying, who can speak English. A Phd student from Leicester who was visiting a friend in the host town of the Olympic, a medical student from Germany and a man from Nepal who says he can get me a good price for a trekking excursion, if have enough time for that in ...
All good things come to an end - and so do train rides! Just as the quality of trains and service were improving as we moved westwards, so the journeys were getting shorter, so it was to be only a short 7 hour hop from Moscow to our final destination in ...