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... to look over the city. We enjoyed the visit to one of the museums with valuables such as drinking cups,jewellery, icon covers, clothes of the periods and furniture etc. we didnt see any torture chambers or nasty stuff but I'm sure it was there. So a bit of a let down but that was only our expectations and the stories we have all heard about the Kremlin. We chose not to return to the boat with the rest as I wanted to check out the shopping centre below Red Square ...
... very pompous, with marble and statues. It is also the world’s deepest metro system with around 80m under the ground. Not to forget: there is free Wifi ;-) Probably it is also one of the most crowded metro system. People are very pushy, it is hectically and of course all directions are only in Cyrillic.
We started the day with the Free Walking Tour. First station was the house of the Romanov family and their ...
... 2 per day. He speculated it was likely they would wait for us.
An hour before we arrived, my FinnAir friend came on the in-flight intercom to announce that he had not yet been able to establish communication with FinnAir Helsinki.
Thirty minutes before we arrived, my FinnAir friend came on the intercom again listing off several destinations, with the epitaph that passengers connecting to these destinations ...
... to in Russia?" His name was Marat and he was a young Russian entrepreneur traveling to Moscow for a meeting. He was just starting up his embroidery business and was to meet up with an important potential client from the military the following day. Marat couldn't have been over 25 years old. I was impressed with his business savvy, which became clearer the more we conversed. A few hours passed by and it was time to get some sleep, or at least try anyway. I said goodnight ...
... and numbered) and the world has adopted the Arabic numbers as its standard. Otherwise, I would never had made it to my hostel. I sense immediately that Russia is recently (relatively recently) experiencing foreign travel and business, because the English explanations and directions are somewhat limited. It's a bit presumptive to expect English descriptors, but do they ever make it easier ...