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... Bonnie, Luke and I got to the queue about 10 minutes before 10am when the tomb opens. We took about 20 minutes to get to the front of the queue and another 10 getting our bags stowed and through the metal detectors. No camera’s or phones are allowed in the tomb – there were also very serious security guards in the tomb making sure that people kept moving and were respectful.
Lenin himself looked very small (in an over-sized suit) and very waxy. It is ...
... had to leave all their money and possessions behind. The palace is now owned by the government and the Yusupovs have no way of getting it back. We went straight from the palace to the train station. We had a 1:30 train to get us to Moscow. The train was suppose to take 4 1/2 hours to get to Moscow but there was track repairs so it took another 20 minutes. We eventually got to our Moscow hotel just before ...
We arrived in Russia’s Capital at around the same time that a cock would crow & were left waiting on the platform as our driver was no where to be seen (he must’ve slept in). We got a coffee & sat in a cafe in hope that he would show up & he eventually did. We were driven to our hotel only stopping briefly for the police to write our lead footed friend a speeding ticket. I thought wow that isn’t a good way to start the day......poor *******.
... at that door including us foreigners. The tickets were indecipherable to us but with Ilya's help we found our seats which were about half way up the terraced rows and we had a great view. We had hardly sat down before the lights went down, the orchestra struck up, the laser light show performed some amazing pyrotechnics and the show started.
Hard to describe but the entertainment consisted of a mixture of animal acts including cats, dogs, donkeys, bears ...