Best Eastern Salyut Hotel
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... a homemade family dinner in the kitchen and then spent the rest of the night in the lounge room until our car came to take Jamie and I to the train station. It felt so strange saying goodbye to everyone and going to the train station without them all! Going to miss them so much! I am going to see Bede and Grace in Valenica for La Tomatina festival and then we will see them again in Perth early next year. So goodbye, but not forever!! At the ...
... added. I met up again with Bata for dinner. She would have liked to tag along but had to fix up visas for her next tour which was proving very problematic with various rules and regulations for Mongolian travellers changing since she left home for the summer tourism period. Her opportunity to raise money for her family the rest of the year is limited and so the next tour is also important as winter approaches. The day at Sergiev Posad will be a highlight of my time in ...
... factory not nuclear submarine) and an absolutely enormous Peter the Great statue.
We stopped at a small cafe in the middle of the park to rest our legs and quench our thirst. I had a strawberry milkshake, which was most refreshing, and Wendy had some spiced cherry punch. It looked like part of the cafe was being use for filming as there was camera equipment everywhere and people with walkie talkies milling about. We finished ...
Red Square today, amazing. St. Bazil's Cathedral is fabulous, like lots of ice-cream cones The Kremlin gardens are wonderful but unfortunately we couldn't go in as there was a passing out parade going on and the public were not allowed in We are going back tomorrow to have a look around ( 5 mile round trip walking ) feet a little sore My boy decided to walk a crossing on the ...
There you go now it's your turn...
Months ago when planning this trip we read several pieces of advice recommending that it is a very good idea and incredibly useful to learn the basics of the cryllic (or acrylic - David Robinson) alphabet. Of course being British however, we ignored this advice assuming that, like most places in the world there would be English translations for either everything, or at least most of the important stuff. Oh how wrong we were! ...