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... the Metro service has a lot of Pick Pockets so we were wary of going to try it out.. So we walked a few kilometres to a beautiful Russian Orthodox Church with blue onion domes on the top..it was very beautiful , the inside was under repair but they have so much gold in them they are stunning. Outside the church was a tall monument made from Cannons ! Couldn't read the inscription ...walking on we crossed a big canal and then found a market near another Metro station. ...
... home. The cab driver we approached wanted 600 roubles to take us about 12oo metres to our hotel, so we politely told him to stick it and set off for a walk, slowly. We made it OK then up to our room to finish packing and put the bags into the storage room and check out just made it by 2:00pm. We went to the pub for a late lunch and more Hoegarden, for which John was acquiring something of a liking! After lunch we sat in the sun until Julia arrived and it was off to the ...
... but also for their generosity in assisting us with our Armenian visas - which after all, was certainly not their responsibility.
WE CHILL OUT AT MICHELANGELO'S RESTAURANT
After a wonderful but pretty full day, and then a somewhat disconcerting time with the Armenian Consulate, we were ready for some time out. We always say that we will one day experience the fine dining of the very good hotels we stay in - but as mentioned, we never do. We ...
... trying to sleep in the floor of the area in front of the toilet door because his compartment was too miserable. Anyway, not a position you want to put yourself in.
*Traveling by train in Russia
Luckily, this was not the case, as I finally see a Metro sign and I’m in the right place and headed into the famous former capital of Russia. A ...
... br> We asked at the main info booth, they pointed us to a long line and we reluctantly joined it. Mandy tried to buy the tix from the nearby machine but got frustrated after 15 mins and swapped places with Steve, who had only moved 30 cms in the queue. After another 15 mins of furious one fingered touch screen typing, Steve got all the way to the last display screen before a big "Nyet" flashed up. After pulling the machine from the ...