Golden Ring Hotel
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... train was very nice and helpful and we found our way to the right train and coach without knowing any Russian. There was a lot of thumbs up, smiling/nodding, and pointing involved though.
We arrived just before 08.00 and my breakfast was quite big. I was given 2 mini pancake/crepes with a small piece of smoked salmon + buns with dried fruit and cheese + an orange + tea. We were met at ...
... With my feet free, I dangled them over the edge of the bed and used my toe to push the blind back down the correct position, then gradually released my weight to make sure it wasn't about to spring back up. Well, after all that there was no way I was going back to sleep, so I got up. On the bright side, it's a lovely day, and it gave me time to do this blog! We arrived in Moscow at 11ish as planned, and we had one goal - get a taxi to the hostel without getting ripped. We ignored the ...
... It cost 250RUB. After wandering around the historic site I was tired, so I headed to my hotel by bus for another 30RUB. I checked in and went to Ulliams for a late lunch/early dinner. I had the vegetable salad and chicken soup for 750RUB. The soup was so good I got the chicken soup to go for dinner 300RUB. I went back to my hotel to catch up on my sleep.
... well, with the soup type stuff we had working
in the plastic bowls we had. SPORKS worked brilliantly too for this;
as well as snacks like crisps, crackers, tinned fruit, chocolate.
Another failure though, apart from the porridge was our 'couscous'.
Turns out was like a stock that was undrinkable! Avoid!
The russians obviously use this train a lot as all ten of them
(ver the course of our three day trip on and off in our cabin) seemed