Atlanta Sheremetyevo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Nazi flags were thrown in front of the mausoleum and trampled by Soviet commanders in celebration.
Thankfully, since Perestroika or economic and social reform initiated by President Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986, the role of the square has diversified, lending its ground to classical music performances, rock concerts, other large scale events and fireworks displays. But disturbingly, it continues to be used for armed parades and mighty nuclear ...
... and on view to the public (apparently they re-dip the body in chemicals every decade), and then spent the rest of the day walking among the sculptures near Gorky Park.
After much traipsing around the main shopping street in search of a sports bar that might be able to show the Arsenal match, finally lucked out with underground Voulez vous cafe who were very accomodating though I was the only customer.
Picked up my Transmongolian tickets the ...
... head around how we are emigrating to New Zealand. Most have never been further than Moscow. New Zealand may as well be on Jupiter. There's no internet here and I found it amusing how an online poem about President Obama had 'gone viral' in the village. Someone had handwritten it out on paper and it was being passed from house to house! That's the village internet! We reached the 2nd village (which had a much more small town feel about it as it had ...
... early afternoon.
Now it perhaps should be pointed out that most of the documentation problems we have had would have been much less if we had travelled from Australia through the Trans-Siberian route to Europe rather than the other way round as we would then have fitted in with the required time frames between applying for Visas and actually using them. It would also have been a lot simpler had we paid for a travel agency to ...
... are some really interesting looking graves but sore feet won the day and we left early and Maria walked us to the metro and we were big and brave and got the metro back to our hotel. The Metro was a lot bigger and cleaner than London, and had we been able to read the signs easily it would have been a doddle. Maria had given us such good instructions that it was actually very easy and we were. Soon home for yet another early ...