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... only thing free is the cheese in the mousetrap ( quote from our Moscow guide). . The Kremlin is actually a dozen or so churches! As well as Putin's office #whoknew . Gorky Park is a nice park . St. Petersburg is home of schoolies in June, home of gazillion interesting ( yep really interesting) churches, and the Hermitage is the second biggest art museum in the world - amazing! . The Moscow metro has 9 million trips per day! As far ...
... security during the Sochi winter Olympics. This is only a temporary measure but as it was unlikely that this ‘temporary’ measure would be lifted between us leaving the check in desk and arriving at the security area, Roisin’s bag of gels and liquids had to be placed in her hold luggage!!!
Caveat Emptor. This is Latin for Robbing *******s!! I am referring to Coffeemania, a franchise in the Departure lounge who changed 700 roubles (£14 ...
... with his group and after some loud
russian talk the asian man gave the water back. When they returned he
said something but laughed so I guess he wasn't too angry. Only then
did Paul decide to return and we decided to move outside now it
wasn't raining. It meant sitting on a hard wall and waiting but it
felt better then being next to the large group of men! Time passed
quickly though and soon our train arrived and we were excitingly one
... third after her last throw, Kim, with a huge smile on her face relaxed and threw another PB of 66.80m , not far enough to win gold but what a great performance. Kathryn placed 5th which was also very creditable.
After that we got to watch Sally Pearson collect her silver medal while the big disappointment was that the Men's 4x100m relay dropped the baton in the heat at the second change. I felt sorry for the last runner who had ...
... Yekaterinburg and Irkutsk and then flying from Khabarovsk to Tokyo. The train tickets I booked through Real Russia, as the man in seat 61 (www.seat61.com) recommends. He does also suggest comparing prices across different sites, which would be wise, as would booking a little more than a week in advance. There may be some connection between my booking close to time and not comparing. The flight from Khabarovsk to Tokyo ends up cheaper and much quicker (2.40 hrs vs ...