Best Eastern Salyut Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... animals goats, chickens, man eating turkeys, giant turtles... IT WAS AWESOME!!! We got to actually pet monkey's!!! and I'm not going to lie I seriously considered kidnapping the baby racoon things.
Room 5: The Butterfly Effect
And last but not least, the butterfly room. It's exactly how it sounds tons of butterflies at your disposal if you can entice them with your plant like qualities. We learned several things in this room, Katerina is not a very enticing plant, Robert ...
... mosaics, Lenin
Kurskaya - blue line 3 - 1938
Arbatskaya - blue line 3 - 1953 - floral reliefs
Kievskaya - blue line 3 - 1953 - frescos
Park Pobedy - blue line 3 - 2003 - deepest station at 90m
Ploshchad Revolyutsii - blue line 3 - 1938 - bronze sculptures - rub the dog's nose for good luck
Teatralnaya - green line 2 - 1938 - bas-reliefs
Novokuznetskaya - green line 2 - 1943 - ceiling mosaics
People don't know whether it’s winter or summer when they’re happy
- Anton Chekhov –
OK, Chekhov, author of the Cherry Orchid and most famously Uncle Vanya, wrote numerous plays and is still considered by today's standards a master of the short story but come on Anton. Don’t talk ƃoлokc!!! It’s bloody freezing here in the centre on Moscow so it’s definitely winter yet I’m a happy little soul!! ...
... huge mall near Kiyevskaya station; massive and fancy with music and shops we knew. It helped us, having been wanting to buy a couple of travel mugs for the Trans-Sib and some food.
HIGH HEELS - Women always seem to be in high heels! Skinny ones, chunky ones, platform ones, even police women in full uniform and then little high heels! (sorry, didn't risk taking a photo as along with her little high heels, she was surrounded ...
... Izmailovsky Markets to buy some souvenirs - the market are full of babushka dolls, military/soviet memorabilia as well as some clothing and jewellery - but definitely worth a look. So then it was off to the airport via the Metro and airport express train. There was a level of anxiety when Amanda realised that the 1230pm express train did not exist and we had to wait for the 1pm train which put her arrival at the airport awfully close to 90mins ...