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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... shut and the Russian Police were making it quite clear that you couldn't get in (and as the Lonely Planet guide says, "it is best to avoid any interaction with the Russian Police"!). With that course of action closed we went shopping instead, picked up some essentials (I'm told facial moisturiser is an essential) and went back to the hotel. The lobby bar had a wine and cheese night, so that was dinner, and we called it a night relatively early.
The next day it was back on ...
... padded coat, hat, scarf and gloves to show us around, while we were melting in just a fleece and a t-shirt each in the 10° weather! Apparently we've been very lucky with the weather as it's usually still snow everywhere at this time of year.
The architecture is stunning and we've managed to fit in the Bolshoi theatre, Red Square, the Kremlin (armed police outside), the Conservatory, the State Armoury and many ...
... it here yet. 2 large cheeseburger meals and 1 large chicken meal came to $700R which is approx $20AUD- so normal ish. And it tastes the same!!!! We said goodbye to Jeska as she was our last person to farewell and headed for the gate. Out flight was with Aeroflot. They have a bad rep and a lot of complaints online. I thought they were great. The plane was very clean, seats were large and leg room was perfect- ...
... animals......in fact you name it, they probably had it.
There were also exhibitions of historic armour, rifles, weapons and clothes.
However, my whole reason for visiting was to see a Faberge egg.
I wasn't disappointed.
There were 10 of them in one showcase !
Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed.
There were only 56 eggs ever made.
One of the eggs on display was the Trans Siberian Egg.
An egg ...
... We then crossed the street and entered the huge GUM department store. Actually, it’s more like an indoor mall, filled with expensive boutiques and restaurants.
In the Soviet days, GUM was reserved for Communist Party officials and important dignitaries. But now, it’s open to anyone who can afford its prices.
Joyce and Marion had gone ahead, and were having tea at one of the restaurants.
Alan and I ...