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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... s historic figures, the imposing wall of the Kremlin screams Russian strength and power. In front of me the magical St Basil's Basilica, punching the sky with it's colourful round fists, it yells I am Russia. The iconic building a 16th century delight, magical, creative and unique. It looks as though 5 or 6 churches have been jammed together (why have one when you can have 5!) and creates this edible lollipop looking structure, delicious! ...
... 8.45am only to find the clocks had moved forward two hours so it was actually 10.45am.
No wonder there was no breakfast menu in the restaurant car.
I ordered a cheese toastie which was actually one slice of French bread with a slice of cheese !
Lesson #1 - stock up on food for the next leg.
The two British lads got off at 11.15am.
They'll be joining the next Rossiya in two days ...
... at Red Square with the guide, who accompanied us into GUM, and translated the descriptions of numerous antique automobiles on display, including the limousine used by Josef Stalin.
Finally it was time to board our bus, which took us to the Moscow Hilton for a dinner banquet of, what else but beef stroganoff. Again, just like yesterday, it was tough but tasty. But Alan reported that the vodka was much higher quality than what ...
... Nikon photographic display of African animals was displayed along the mall. (I have vague memories of an old dilapidated a Gum store 36yrs ago when Robynne & I watched about 24 women que to fight over 1 overcoat for sale.! ) Walking along a mall we came upon a money exchange , The sour Russian woman behind the counter neither spoke nor smiled as we placed our money under the glass sliding draw & changed some euro into ...
... and economically less than 25 years ago? Here is what I've gathered:
Moscow has an overwhelming amount of wealth, but it is concentrated within a small group of people (sounds pretty familiar). And actually, the collapse of the Soviet Union is in large part the reason for the outrageous costs of goods and services.
*Moscow has the most billionaires living in one city and has been listed as one of the world's ...