Barvikha Hotel & Spa
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... while rush hour traffic had to crawl from 4 lanes into one to get around them. If they moved the cars before The police came then no insurance!!!!!! Late into Moscow we quickly showered and got ready for meeting rogers friends Georgy and Yelana for dinner. Roger worked with Georgy years back in Auckland and now he is an important part of Shell company and is posted all around the world. Charming, urbane and delightful the two were such a pleasure to ...
... and time to sit down and really talk about life in Russia, and also in Australia. And we realised that as usual, we didn't really have much idea about our distant cousins and how they live on a day to day basis.
Eugene and Irina live about 20 minutes by car (in good traffic) from Moscow city centre. Driving to his house at 7.30 pm that evening, Eugene reminded us that the traffic was normally so congested that it could take hours. We fully ...
A lovely day no rain for once,walked to Red Square,didn't know it was that far, 2 1/2 miles but well worth it,lovely buildings,unfortunately we couldn't get into The Kremlin due to passing out parade,and the grounds were closed off,so we are going to go tomorrow,a leisurely walk back,till the incident with the Tram, I know if Jenny hadn't pulled me back,I would be in intensive care or Worse, gone to meet my maker! No more crossing under Red Lights! Night night,sleep ...
... map in the bin as it was unreadable (crylic again). Luckily enough we managed to find some free wifi, and ta-dah google maps came to the rescue.
Fortunately it looked like we were only a short walk to the hotel, so ignoring the constant 'Taxi' Taxi' Taxi' and the honking of horns outside the station we set off in the beating hot sun, in jeans, hoodies and of course our 20kg backpacks (its a good job that back in the UK Claire took out those 2 pairs of socks to make it ...
... good. Another good night's sleep.
This morning Nadia picked us up at 9:45 am and we walked over to Red Square and got in line for Lenin's Tomb. After a very short wait we walked by all the other gravestones into Lenin's tomb. We passed Stalin's tomb, several prominent Russian Generals', Dzherzinsky"s tomb (founder of the KGB), and several prominent American communists, Gagarin, Breshnev etc. The ...