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... in this scenic setting.
Our last night on board.
One last champagne on the deck at sunset.
One last night making merry with Uma and Prakash -- our new Indian friends from Pasadena.
John and Paula from Corfu / Southampton.
And a large Texan vet with a very loud voice belting out his favourite (I stress HIS) country and western songs.
What a city.
What a journey.
... I walked through arrivals they were closing in on me like an apocalypse of zombies trying to lure me to their cab. After lugging our 6 bags around in the snow (thank god for the snow boots) we managed to get to another airport entrance and eventually find a cash point. The taxi driver didn't speak much English but knew the English for "music?" and Wills knew the Russian for yes. My joy at the breaking down of language barriers diminished after being in that ...
... only be two between St. Petersburg and Moscow), and speed, which reached as fast as 230 kilometers per hour (143 mph).
Joyce tried to sleep, but had a hard time finding a comfortable position.
There wasn't much to see from the train, just lots of farmland and forests, with a smattering of small villages in the distance.
Upon arrival in Moscow, we were hustled aboard a pair of buses for a ride to a relatively ...
... so became a tour guide. Today we went to the Diamond Fund inside the Kremlin. The was a huge display of Kremlin Sights of today: In the evening we went to a traditional Russian Folk dancing. Cossack dancing & colourful costumes. Very ...
... the entire cemetery. I spent about two hours walking around in the heat. Afterward I decided to walk north along the Moskva river to the Bogdan Khmelnitsky Bridge and cross, proceeding to explore the Kiev railway station and the mall next door, which provided a delightful reprieve from the intense heat. After chilling out for a while I started waking toward the kremlin. After walking for about about a mile I found a metro station and returned to the apartment for ...