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... A very expensive mall Rym (pronounced Gum) has all the designer stores and it is always full of people shopping.
Tuesday morning was spent in the train station organising our tickets on the Sapsan (fast train) to Vladimir for Thursday and back to Moscow on Friday and also a train to St Petersburg on Saturday. I had looked up ...
... clean, the seats were modern and well-maintained. There were drop-down video screens that provided safety information in Russian and English. Each public address announcement in English began with "Dear passengers..."
Once we were going, they showed an interesting documentary with English subtitles about a trans-Russia rail line whose construction was ordered by Stalin, but never completed because of the complexities presented ...
... back towards our hotel around 5pm we came upon a pub with an outside dining area. We stopped & had a beer each as we watched the passing parade of fashion. We then decided to eat here as much cheaper than our hotel restaurant. We shared a bowel of Borsch soup- absolutely delicious. I then had a salmon soufflé with broccoli. All yummy Back at our hotel I enjoyed a nice hot bath before a very early night to be fully recovered from jet ...
... Video showing the destruction of Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow:
Anyway, Did I mention it's expensive here? (I'm talking a $10 cup of coffee at one place). I had to figure out a few things about this riddle of a city: How does it function? Who and where are the lower and middle classes? How did it become the most expensive city in Europe having had a total ...
... Now we had an entire metro system to navigate; not only could we not read the words but the letters were indistinguishable. Using a combination of Google Maps information we had saved, a Moscow Metro Map App, and one kind passerby, we got on the first metro and connected with the next to make it to the station closest to our hotel.
The rain outside was coming down hard and trying to figure out the direction to walk was hindered by not having data on ...