Barvikha Hotel & Spa
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... Rooms are immaculate and staff are amazing, I already have a 'best friend' at dinner service whose name is Alla! She brings the wine like the Chinese bring the water at the Mandarin I also can't help but feel like I'm on the Titantic...there is steerage rooms and a very nice staircase! ...
... gotta love this communism caper! Mandy had a very expensive $10 cup of tea, which tasted mighty fine. Steve was starting to get a little nervous at this stage, unbeknownst to Mandy, and he said we should do a video shoot out the front of St Basil's, just for posterity, like. Steve tried to shoo Mandy out the door, we were on a deadline for a 4pm metro tour, but she was a slow moving beast.
So Mandy finally got the video ready, Steve got down on two knees (just to ...
... Groceries seemed to be more expensive than St. Petersburg, and a tea and hot chocolate at Starbucks set us back $14. I'm sure there were much cheaper options further out of the tourist zone though.
We checked into buying tickets for a performance at the famous Bolshoi Theatre, but none were available at the box office and we didn't want to chance buying fake tickets from scalpers. Luckily, there was a KHL hockey game scheduled - Russia's version of ...
Today was Moscow City Day, the 864th anniversary of the founding of the city. I walked around Red Square, passed through security a handful of times, watches a local DJ and attended an outdoor concert in front of the Bolshoi theater. There were several opera performances, a ballet piece, a ballroom piece, and a nine women contemporary soprano group that was really cool. Afterwards I went out with Tony to experience some more ...
... the most exciting of cities and it chucked it down for nearly all of our time there but good to see none the less.
We did manage to see a few sights - first stop being Burger King at Moscow airport to finally eat something to attempt to cure the hangover. It worked, but I should hope so at £10 a meal!
Things we saw;The Metro System - Feels like you're walking through a classic/communist art ...