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... you will hear from me until Beijing as they do not have WiFi where I am going. Work on the premise you will have your emails to yourself.
I have had a great time and the biggest laugh was talking to a little old lady who had been to London and spoke two words of English and me with my two words of Russian. It ended up with us both laughing until the tears ran down our face.
I am offski.
... to finish our time in the city. It was nice enough, but nothing special.
Culture was the order of the evening then, as we headed out for the final time to the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. I hadn't even been to a gallery before just for the sake of it (as in not to see a specific exhibition or similar) so that's another experience I suppose! The gallery was nice enough, again audio guides were the way to go. There were some embarrassing moments as the little Russian grandmas ...
... is a must do. Even if you have one cocktail and enjoy the view for an hour- do it!!! After cocktails I needed dinner and Cindy was not hungry, so I went to the Alacarte restaurant in the hotel and had Beef Stroganoff Pie with mash and a coke!OMG!!! It was amazing and worth every cent!!! It cost around $1300R which is about $40AUD. I wanted another 8 pies. It was so good! Back up to the room for some tv and comfy ...
... weather though).
However, I got a good view of the Kremlin from the boat.
Tonight, I had a walk down Ulitsa Arbat (a pedestrianised street supposed to be full of shops).
Bit of a disappointment too !
Anyway, the excitement is building.
Tomorrow, I begin my Trans Siberian Railway Journey.
My train leaves at 13.50 from Yarovslavsky station.
Just leaves me the morning to have a final look around.
I'm just about Museum'd out ...
... inspector appeared to be just as tired as we were. She let us enter her station two people at a time, gave our passports a cursory check, and waved us through without a word.
As we climbed the gangway, the ship’s staff cheerily advised us that dinner was still being served in the dining room. We all said thanks but no thanks, and headed for bed.
It had been a long day, but we saw what we came for, and it was well worth the ...