Best Eastern Salyut Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... friendly and I thoroughly enjoyed being the novelty of the village. I met many warm, friendly, interesting people, all with a life story and sadly the majority always told the tale of some hardship. The most interesting was a 79 year old babushka (grandma), who had lost all 4 of hers sons (1 daughter remaining) in their 30's to suicide or alcohol, but she had an incredible toughness and friendliness as she walked around with what she called her 'horse' ...
... 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 ...
... stations as we wearily head towards the hostel, but they are quite something, as we would see later. We arrive at our hostel and it is on the top floor of a small apartment building. There are building works going on in the stairwell and it looks like a death trap (just see the photos!). We get to the door at the top and there is no sign. I try the handle and the door doesn't open. We feel a little deflated, until a lady appears at the door and starts ...
... of Chicago and will be in town later in October. This evening we are eating in the hotel and hope to see Red Square at night while it is lit up and looking just beautiful. Hard to believe that I'm talking about how wonderful Red Square and the Kremlin are when we've heard so many horrible things about what it was like, but it is certainly not like that today. We asked about conditions before and today and there are mixed feelings; the older people ...
... no fun. Well, when they have fun, they play a game that is a more confusing and more intense version. How did we even win the Cold War?! Sometimes I forget that I am on the far side of the world. You just see so much Western advertisement and western products. However, I check back into reality when I say something "по-рус 1089;кий" to a Moscovite and said individual looks at ...