Bonjour Yuzhnoye Butovo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... front cover is worn so the gold letters stating it is an Australian one is hard to read. Magnifying glasses came out. Then there were questions. How were we traveling together - I entered via Finland and Bata from Kazakstan and we were going to Ukraine. Why were we going there? Weren't we afraid of the fighting? etc. Again they consulted their books and each other about what to do with a passport from 'oz-stray-lee'. Once we got the long awaited ...
... assumed that Moscow would be cold, grey, grim, and possibly even have snow. Again, how wrong we were. We stepped off the plane and walked straight into blazing hot sunshine (33 degrees). This was surely the wrong country - a possible diversion to Egypt? Nope this was Moscow in the summer. A pleasant surprise.
Surprisingly, despite our sudden loss of the ability to read we managed very well. Passport control felt a little intimidating where they quite harshly greeted ...
... and the park territory was swamped with cheap attractions and cafes. In 2011 Gorky Park underwent a major reconstruction. All amusement rides have been removed in order to transform the place into an eco-friendly recreational zone. All that is left is the space shuttle, a stark reminder of the Soviet era space race.
During the 20-minute walk, we had to navigate some major road. These are 4 or 5 lane highways with a constant stream of traffic ranging ...
... the tube stations are huge and the different alphabet makes it hard, even to read the place names, whilst hundreds of Russians stampede around). So I head over to the highest hill in Moscow to scan over the city. There's also a war museum dedicated to the Soviet involvement in World War Two with large artworks of the famous battles like Stalingrad and Leningrad. In the central room, on the wall, the name of every Soviet that died during that war is listed (it's ...
... all the same spot, before finding the direct line back. Luckily I had a similar problem earlier today where a helpful soul pointed me the right way when I was utterly confused why the name of the stations weren't showing up and I was sure I was in the right station. So if you're at a stop with several stations, you'll have to follow the signs and follow til you find your line.
Off on the Ring Road tomorrow, we'll see how the internet fares, otherwise, hope the weather improves.