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... museum by the station in the former house of the station master who cared for him when he fell ill. After two days, we then headed back to Moscow. Our time in the villages has been a really great experience (for me more than Anya) and has helped me piece together the complex jigsaw of society in this vast country. I will always remember the kindness of people, the countless bottles of vodka and the incredible homemade organic food . Next stop, ...
... we thought a good meal out was in order but it was too early for in the city (and expensive) so why don’t we stop off at a metro station on the way home and get a feel for somewhere we hadn’t been before. Reasonable right?
Now it needs to be appreciated that their subway stations can be as much as 70 metres underground with a couple of very long escalators to get to the top. So after trying a couple of stations we had had ...
... city lights. As we entered the centre of Moscow the road ran alongside the river. The wall of the Kremlin on our right and the bridges lit up on the left. We were dropped about 500 yards from most of the major tourist attractions. The taxi driver couldn't find the door but did find the building so we hopped out. We then walked up the side of the building instead of through the entrance gate. After a little bit of wondering I popped in to ...
We start with an early morning commute. Not stuck on the Northern line but instead the fast Sapsan from St Petersburg to Moscow. Virgin you have a lot to learn. Spacious, comfortable, left dead on time, travelled 650km in only 4 hours to arrive dead on time. And best of all you arrive at Moscow rather than Birmingham! Day 1 and after a quick hot shower we set off on the Moscow Metro to find Red Square. Easier said than done unless you a) ...
The taxi driver who brought me 'Home' from work was one of the most incompetent drivers I've encountered in the crackpot place. I gave him my hotel details, which is a big hotel in the city centre. 'City centre' had him beat let alone the street, 'hotel' seemed a concept he was struggling to understand as he kept repeating hotel hotel. I was slightly reassured as the taxi was equipped with an ...