Atlanta Sheremetyevo Hotel
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... to play throughout breakfast. Now to the food. Well we have seen a number of good buffet breakfasts in our travels, but this one tops them all. We were met at the door and then as it was our first time in the dining room a very attractive young lady showed us the way to the buffet and explained how it all worked. She began by informing us that it is Russian tradition to have champagne and caviar for breakfast. Well of course ...
... s historic figures, the imposing wall of the Kremlin screams Russian strength and power. In front of me the magical St Basil's Basilica, punching the sky with it's colourful round fists, it yells I am Russia. The iconic building a 16th century delight, magical, creative and unique. It looks as though 5 or 6 churches have been jammed together (why have one when you can have 5!) and creates this edible lollipop looking structure, delicious! ...
... 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 ...
... aid. Following several generous souls helping us decipher the tube signs (why on earth do they print maps of the metro written in our alphabet when all the tube stations use the Russian alphabet?), our first lengthy Russian encounter was with our delightful and exceptionally competent guide on the two tours we took; Elena. We warmed to her immediately, not least because once we realised we had been waiting at the wrong monument for 20 minutes for the tour to start ...
Well, quite the start to our day. Trying to find a few key points of interested turned out to be very difficult when my map has English translated street names and the actual names are VERY different! A small letter n is pronounced "P", the letter p sounds like "R", and the letter B in Russian makes a "V" sound. And those are only the ones I figured out today, so you can imagine how hard to is to get around because most maps for English people are changed. But I found the ...