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... were at the gate and finally boarded as pretty much the last passengers! PHEW - But certainly not the best way to be getting over a hangover!
Moscow here we come.
So we noticed two things in Moscow..... One - The tubes are very extravagant, marble walls, chandelliers, statues and the oldest/coolest looking tubes EVER! Felt like ...
... clipping the straps to my backpack around my waist like a dork and leaving the hostel.
The flight from Australia took hours of my precious time, and I arrived at Moscow a broken man. The forty-minute wait to get to passport control didn't seem so long after that, and getting into Moscow was surprisingly easy (the difficult work being done two months before when I applied for my visa) and soon I was on the Aeroexpress train to central Moscow.
Three years ...
... green and full of locals enjoying the sun. This time, the walkways were transformed into a maze made for ice skaters of all ages, enjoying this winter sport. We had a go, and no we didn’t fall over. That’s pretty good considering Karen had only ice skated about five times in her life, and Shaun hadn’t done it in years. Yes, this time in Moscow was more about leisurely fun!.
That brought us to our last afternoon ...
... rooms?! After the tour we were pretty much left to our own devices for the rest of the day so a group of us decided to enhance our Russian experience by having an authentic Russian lunch. The lunch consisted of beetroot salad, beetroot soup, plain spaghetti, plain chicken, a dot (yes a dot) of tomato sauce and one cucumber. It was... different! Later that night we boarded the night train "Megapolis" to Moscow! You wouldn't think it but I had one of the best sleeps of my ...