Bonjour Yuzhnoye Butovo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... train we saw yesterday was absolutely packed. Lucky for us the race finished and streets reopened right when we wanted to leave, so we had no trouble getting out. If we'd had an earlier flight we'd have been screwed! The taxi drove so fast (but still got honked at for slowing down at speed bumps), and we got to the airport in no time. I have no idea what route the guy yesterday took but it was not the direct one. There was traffic yesterday, ...
... some instruments that I've never heard of, everyone seemed to really enjoy it! We headed back to the boat after the concert to finally sit down and enjoy dinner. It's really wonderful because there are always a few traditionally Russian meal options. I opted for the celery root pesto, Ross for the black cod. Both were awesome, but the fish was a bit better. Now we've finally settled in for the night, tomorrow is another action packed and late day. From Russia, with love- ...
... we were familiar with. Anyway the lady came over and we quickly established her English was as good as our Russian. Charades works in any language however, and we were soon pointed in the direction of a very small stock of very floral spray cans. We are both going to smell beautiful for the rest of the trip.
We had lunch in the courtyard of the hotel enjoying the beautiful weather - how lucky have we been? Tonight we have a ...
... her folded up stroller was going to fit, so it ended up in the middle of the cabin between the two beds. The mother rigged up some sheets to create a canopy around the bottom bunk, and I went to bed with headphones on - just in case. I had a terrible sleep, but not through the fault of the baby who was surprisingly quiet. The first thing you need to know is that the door to our cabin requires a good hard pull to open, makes quite a bit of noise, and the hallway lights are left on ...
... with very low lighting, with Lenin of course taking the bright spotlight, so the darkness makes it hard to navigate the various steps. Blair had previously seen the preserved bodies of Chairman Mao in Beijing and Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi, and thus Lenin has completed his trifecta of dead communist icons, with only Kim Il Sung in Pyongyang left to go. We'll save that one for the next trip.
We also hopped on a 2.5 hour river boat cruise, which was a lovely ...