Golden Ring Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and that is as interesting as the stations. However the first large stop we come to soon shows us why they are famous. decorated in a range of styles from Baroque to Soviet celebrations and tiled in colours, they are like large museum displays. Ornately mirrored, stained glass work, cast iron statues...Prue will have to put some photos up to show you...hard to explain. After about 6 stations we rode the metro back to the last stop before the boat. Flagging now we had ...
... and invited herself in for a drink (or two). She found me lingering in the corridor and good humourdly prodded me in, closed the door, sat down and, using sign language and much Russian, insisted we drank the scotch and Pepsi together. She demonstrated the use of the sound system and by her antics seemed to be suggesting we could dance to the Russian rock music it produced. Unfortunately no Prokofiev. Thankfully the performance did not last ...
... making preparations. Maria is not allowed to guide here as it is working monastery you have to have a local guide who didn't speak English so she told Maria, who then told us! in fact most of the information she had already told us on the journey! The monastery complex is once again like a small village, there are a number of churches built in various periods from the 1300s. There are still 200 monks living on the site , the ...
... out the sites at the Red Square, the Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral.
I grabbed dinner at Subway, which was outrageously expensive, so I got a taste for how much money I’m going to spend here in the next week. I got a footlong sandwich and a drink, and it cost €13. Just ridiculous. I’m absolutely exhausted now though, so I’m going to get some sleep, and then head out tomorrow to check out some more stuff in the ...
... Red Square is the GUM building which is to Moscow what Harrods is to London. GUM stands for state Department Store which evokes memories of shelves of unsold junk & queues for basics. The difference between then & now is a measure of how much Russia has changed. GUM's elegant Victorian era arcades are now full with designer label stores rather than shoddy products. Not ...