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... of his life marching us to another station (Yes, we were in the wrong station - great work again, Adam!) and pretty much rebooking our tickets for us, before physically showing us (he spoke no English) exactly where we needed to go to catch the train. As he left us, we couldn't help but notice his request of a cigarette off the nearest bloke he saw to recover from the whole ordeal. It wasn't until later that I was told that the sentence Helen had shown him didn't ...
... we emerged onto a pedestrianised boulevard that was lined with benches full of groping teenagers. We walked on in the direction of the viewpoint and when we got there found it had been taken over by a bikers meet. It all seemed very relaxed though and I got some nice shots of the Moscow skyline, including the Luznikhi Stadium - the location of John Terry's slip in the 2008 Champions League final penalty shootout. We then stumbled back down the hill, having just ...
... and vodka drinking go well together. Apparently anything and vodka drinking goes well together. After lunch will be resting time and an opportunity to acquire a few Russian words to test on the staff this evening. Right now I'm off to reception to get registered which seems to be a national pastime. By the way, I can thoroughly recommend arriving in the early hours with only carry-on luggage. Customs took 25 ...
... follow Lea around to the point where she got her wallet out and counted her money. We brought some supplies for the train the headed to the metro. The escalator was long, station wide and the trains made for lots of people. It was relatively easy to navigate we counted the stations instead of trying to read the hylogriphics. Okhotny Ryad the station closest to our hostel again this station was extremely long and wide with beautiful light fixtures. We headed the ...
... Standard atop of the Senetskaya tower was flapping in the wind despite it being a calm evening. Spooky!!
We headed back South over the Moscow River where after a short 15-minute walk entered the Tretyakovskaya metro station. We identified which direction we need to head then passed the barrier. On approaching the top of the escalator down, Roisin stopped. Her face had turned ashen. The Moscow Metro is home to the world’s longest escalator, over 740 steps in ...