Best Eastern Salyut Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hotel. We find it fascinating to explore markets and see what people eat when we are in other parts of the world.
Fresh grey zucchini, fennel, asparagus, small gherkin cucumbers and capsicums appeared to be mostly imported from the US and were of excellent quality. The meat displays also looked good. Thickly cut pork cutlets and steak cuts which were so different from those we are accustomed to in Australia, were beautifully presented. ...
... Kremlin area with you, and walked to Alexander park to see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the eternal flame guarded by a couple of soldiers.
You’ve seen it loads of times on TV, but walking through the twin red towers crowned with a green roof (Resurrection Gate/Auferstehungstor) leading to the vast space that is Red Square for the first time just gives you goose bumps. The gate looks impressive by day and very pretty lit up at night. On one side of the walls of ...
So today, we finally did it. After months – or rather years – of talking about going travelling and the places in the world we'd like to visit, today we finally left home to roam the far flung corners of the globe for the next 7 months.
We’ve had a number of nights in the last week where we’ve had no or little sleep, due to the volume of tasks still remaining before departing for our trip and leaving our home, possessions and families ...
... day and there are lovely gardens on one side and the Moscow River on the other. It was a fair way but very pleasant. It gave us the opportunity to look at it from all angles. We ended up back at St Basil's and took another few hundred photos, just because we could!
We walked back through Red Square to the Memorial Gardens to look at the fountains and statues that were full of children paddling and enjoying the sunshine. The statues were all taken from famous Russian fairy ...
... hours out from Helsinki, I found my FinnAir friend again. No news, but he assured me he would make a clear announcement that either 1) he had not been able to communicate with Helsinki and we'd only know our fate upon arrival at the gate, or 2) he had been able to communicate and the plane would wait, or 3) he had been able to communicate and the plane would not wait and we would be rebooked on a subsequent flight, of which there ...