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So i think it is fair to say that, despite our wish to be considered well travelled and open minded individuals, Helen and I both flew in to Moscow for the first leg of our trip back to Australia with several preconceptions of what we could expect in Russia. One week in, and it is equally fair to say that Russia has dramatically defied these …
... and invited herself in for a drink (or two). She found me lingering in the corridor and good humourdly prodded me in, closed the door, sat down and, using sign language and much Russian, insisted we drank the scotch and Pepsi together. She demonstrated the use of the sound system and by her antics seemed to be suggesting we could dance to the Russian rock music it produced. Unfortunately no Prokofiev. Thankfully the performance did not last ...
... I still remembered the way. I could recharge my phone there. I made it back with little difficulty, which was a relief. A few hours of loafing around behind me, I decided to take in a night at the circus. Given the reputation that Russian circuses have towards the treatment of animals, I struggled with this decision, but curiosity eventually got the best of me. With a fully charged phone and my helpful Metro app, I headed out to the Nikulin Circus, named after a ...
... this was, but it was pretty good, and very reasonably priced.
I had one last walk around the city center before coming back to the hotel. I got the chance to Facetime with my mom and sister on Mother’s Day. Now I’m getting my stuff together for tomorrow when I’m taking a high speed train to St. Petersburg. Moscow has been a pleasant surprise, I’m hoping St. Petersburg doesn’t disappoint either. ...
... Standing just outside the fortress walls of the Kremlin looking across the square to St. Basil's Cathedral knowing that this square has been the flashpoint for major historical events for thousands of years.
After exploring Red Square and taking a picture in front of Lenin's Tomb (which was not open) we exited the square and walked along the Kremlin wall, passing the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and checking out ...