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... is a must do. Even if you have one cocktail and enjoy the view for an hour- do it!!! After cocktails I needed dinner and Cindy was not hungry, so I went to the Alacarte restaurant in the hotel and had Beef Stroganoff Pie with mash and a coke!OMG!!! It was amazing and worth every cent!!! It cost around $1300R which is about $40AUD. I wanted another 8 pies. It was so good! Back up to the room for some tv and comfy ...
The day started far too early. We had set the alarm for 4:15am so we could present ourselves in the Marina Lounge at 5:30.
Our butler, Rony, impeccably dressed as usual, appeared punctually at 5:02, bearing the breakfast we had ordered last night. We wolfed it down, since we'd been warned that we wouldn't be getting much to eat until dinner, except for a boxed meal on the train.
About 60 hardy souls disembarked the ...
... Lenin mausoleum yesterday we woke up early to try and see the mummified dictator before our train departed. Unfortunately the mausoleum is closed on Monday, no creepy Lenin mummy for us. After some last minute packing we left the apartment and headed to the метро, one connection and 2 slices of Sbarro pizza later and were boarding the "fast" train to Vladimir, with a final destination of Suzdal. Once again east bound and down on the rails and ...
... and celebration.
Red Square was closed to us and most others today as tomorrow is Mayday! We saw St Basil's cathedral from a distance giving us a photo opportunity but it also was shut to the public. We decided to find the Russian State museum ...a challenge which took us through GUM which is a posh Lakeside. Get your Prada, Versace and the designer rest here. They did have toilets though...always a relief. We turned a corner and were greeted by a couple who we ...
... inexpensive, though it would still take about 45 minutes.
Up until now there had been a language barrier to getting around cities but most people seemed to speak a little English and at least the alphabet was the same. It was an odd sensation not being able to read any of the signs and most seemed to either be not able or not willing to speak English. Getting to the station in Moscow was easy as there was only one train and it was only going in ...