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However, you should have seen their faces when I explained that my train was 3 hours ago.
To be fair, they sorted everything out.
I got a new ticket for the next express train at 1.45pm.
And the courier was on his way back to the office.
30 minutes later, I had my train ticket to St Petersburg and also my Trans Siberian Railway tickets.
I'm all ready to ...
... built as reminders to battles fought by Russian soldiers but the emphasis is on remembering all that was lost. The monuments don't boast success but are trying to be a warning or preventative measure so they don't happen again in the future.
It was here, on my first day in Moscow that I got to see my first Russian Orthodox Church in all its glory. It is so beautiful and in real life the design ...
... to the famous Nikulin Russian Circus, one of the oldest in Russia. After some backs-and-forths and ups-and-downs, I make it to the hostel conveniently located in an ally, off an unmarked street, with a small green sign that is of course in Russian. You get what you pay for.
*Nikulin Circus is a top tourist site, but I've been forewarned it's not the ideal visit for animal rights ...
... St. Basil's Cathedral. Perhaps the most iconic image of Moscow, St. Basil's is beautiful inside and out. The exterior needs no explanation,, the brightly colored onion domes being a universally recognizable example of Russian architecture. The interior is beautiful, with seemingly every surface painted or carved with intricate designs or gold leafing.
We continued back across Red Square to the State Historical Museum. This was a fascinating museum ...
... a chance. In a swarm of bodies Roisin and I were whisked along as if caught in an undercurrent. We were helpless to do anything. We could have been heading for the trans-Siberian express for all we knew. No use fighting; this flow was not going to be stemmed. As it turns out, the officials had opened the booths reserved for Diplomats. 20 minutes later we had collected our baggage and were heading toward the Airport express train.
This took us through ...