Hotel Izmailovo Alfa
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... around Red Square, checking out the huge GUM department store -- really more of an up-market shopping mall with colourful floral displays -- we had to admit that it wasn't all doom and gloom in Moscow.
'Red', we found out, means 'beautiful' in Russian, so the name Red Square took on more more pleasant and less scary connotations.
We saw brides in full regalia traipsing down the middle of the street and into GUM to do a spot of shopping.
... deck & chattered with other Aust & NZ passengers till a BBQ lunch was served on deck.-- we really don't need lunch but all looked so nice, but I was not over fussed on the flavour of fish or corn. After lunch watched as we passed through another lock, we sailed in, gate closes water lowers & out we go. 5pm we stopped at the village of Urlich with several ...
... all the Kenyans bombed out. The runner up Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia is building up a good record with wins in Dubai & Boston. Two other Ethiopians Tadese Tola & Tsegay Kebede filled the next positions. Kebede the London Marathon winner was my favourite but ended up 56 seconds short.
Russian Olympic high jump champion Anna Chicherova was expected ...
... dripping with spite. We get through the date, time and class of the train in quick succession; but the following question has our lad stumped. She is defiant as he struggles and fails to find the necessary words to convey it into English. She is triumphant, and we are defeated, the traumatised lad is apologetic. I wonder how he feels about the situation; I know that I would feel ashamed if I heard someone at a ticket office in the UK speaks to someone in such a ...
... before those of us who had paid extra went in to the Armoury to see the priceless items which had been the possessions of the Russian Royal family. There were clothes, carriages, armour, jewellery etc etc dating back centuries. Included were a number of original Faberge eggs. Again photos were not allowed, but no option to purchase a permit this time. Definitely jaw dropping opulence.
Hughie has a sore toe today which he thinks may be gout.