Barvikha Hotel & Spa
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... In a somewhat odd twist in a former communist paradise, the largest, most expensive shopping centre in Russia borders Red Square- the GUM department store. It was rescued from the potential bourgeois scrap heap by the wives of major communist officials who obviously operated on the Marxist theory that "everyone is equal but we're just a little more equal than everyone else".
So, the million-dollar question. Other than, "Why are you here?" or "Are you a secret agent?" Is, What to make of the conflict between Russia and the Ukraine? Before looking at this topic, I think it's important to understand the political climate of Russia.
Wanna-be Author's note: There is a lot of background information in this account blended with my experiences and with Russians regarding politics and ...
... only except most guess there were Russian speakers. I think I have been spoilt a little after experiencing the hostels in Japan (awesome places), I have forgotten what a proper hostel was like. Well I had picked it, so I checked in, set up my bed (1 of 10 in the room) and then promptly left to explore Moscow. There was only a few things I had wanted to do in Moscow - visit the Kremlin, see red square and catch a performance at the Bolshoi. The rest was ...
... out with the Kremlin stood in front of me, and I have to say it is a very impressive sight indeed. Much bigger than you think from the photos I have seen and it takes a good 20 minutes to walk round the perimeter. The walls are very high and its hard to really see much up that close. The Kremlin is open to the public, however guess what? ...It's closed on Mondays! Monday? Who closes one of their most popular sites on a Monday? I think the Russian tourist board are ...
... on a ship, he fishes, he has just spent time with his woman and is returning to his wife. We got that much, and it may mostly be true. Sancho Panza discovers who the lady Dulcinea of Toboso is; "I know her very well...she can throw a metal bar just as well as the brawniest lad in the village...the best thing about her is that she's not a prude. In fact she's something of a trollop" *or, more likely, the "my hands are slightly too small. Why is the bottom half of my beer so warm?" ...