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... different aliens, who all performed different type of acrobatics and tricks. So much fun!! And they had popcorn, hurrah!! On the way home from the circus we stopped off at some of Moscow's underground stations to look at the art and design that the Moscow metro is famous for before getting off at the Red Square to see it all lit up at night - very pretty. The next day we headed back to the Red Square, this time to go inside the red brink walls of the Kremlin, Russian's 'apex ...
... the same frightening location from where I have often seen archival news footage of rows upon rows of Soviet troops marching alongside missile warheads as they saluted Khrushchev or Brezhnev or Gorbachev. It looked like a totally different place in person, although the ominous aura still lingered even as hundreds of people, mostly tourists, walked around with the same nonchalance that they would spending the day at Disneyland. It was an odd juxtaposition. We made our ...
... It was pretty gross. It looked like a dark ale, and tasted a bit like beer, but with no alcohol.
We got a really nice day where it was sunny, but not too hot, just comfortable. After the tour finished I walked around the city for a bit, got a bite to eat in a massive food court and then came back to the hotel to rest my legs. With all the walking I’m doing every day, I’m noticing that my knees are getting swelled up.
... sharp and feel intimidating. There is a huge collection of gold and silver ornaments, crowns and artefacts that you can look over, as well as four historical Churches & Cathedrals. I have to leave my I-pod, I-phone and driving licence with them as I look round, giving them more power. Afterwards I thought it would be a waste not to travel around on the metro, as it's unique and opulent like in St. Petersburg (despite the fact that it's an absolute nightmare to ...
... Anna. After saying our good-byes to the train crew we hopped aboard a bus and were taken around by our wonderful local guide Nadia to see some of the city sites and briefly touring the beautiful Metro stations that have been in service since the 1930s. Apparently 9 million people whizz up and down the long escalators every day. Those travellers that hadn’t been to Moscow before had a more extensive program while ...