Bonjour Yuzhnoye Butovo
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... feel for the size of the square. Some final photos of St Basil's and a walk through Gyrm (GUM) shopping centre on our way to meet everyone else for dinner in the restaurant next to the hotel. No need for much food after a big lunch so most had soup, sandwhiches and drinks for this evening meal. Back to our room soon after 9 for a final repack ready to move on tomorrow.
We have been surprised with how impressive Moscow has been but are looking forward to getting out of the ...
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Be there or be square! I sit planted on the rectangle stones in the middle of the "Red Square" in the heart of Moscow. What once was a market garden with fires lit all around (hence, red) then moved by Ivan the Terrible so they didn't burn down the Kremlin! (which means fort in Russian). Now a giant square where parades over the last century were overseen by Stalin who posed on top of Vladimir Lenins mausoleum to my left. Behind the grave sites ...
... I walked through arrivals they were closing in on me like an apocalypse of zombies trying to lure me to their cab. After lugging our 6 bags around in the snow (thank god for the snow boots) we managed to get to another airport entrance and eventually find a cash point. The taxi driver didn't speak much English but knew the English for "music?" and Wills knew the Russian for yes. My joy at the breaking down of language barriers diminished after being in that ...
... 2) Russian People would be obnoxious and particularly unhelpful (based largely on our experience obtaining our visa) It was almost as if word was sent out that Adam and Helen were coming and you better prove them wrong because, about this, we really could not have been more hasty in our judgement. In fact, it is now at the stage where if we stand looking lost with a map in our hands for more then 10 seconds in a crowded place I would be disappointed if no one comes ...