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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 we were able to find the building and even signs for Tourist Information, but all the security guard at the door could tell us was that it was closed. We couldn't establish whether it was closed for the day, not yet open or closed all together? After entering the building on the pretext that we were going to visit the Patriotic Museum, we found where the tourist information office had been, and it was closed and completely ...
We woke around 8am & I went down to the 4th floor to the well equipped gym. I exercised on the tread mill for 30 mins @ 5.5- 7.9 km/hr (the fast speed was running for short bursts). There is a gym attendant who brings you water, hand towel & wet cloth! I then swam 10 laps in the 15 mtr pool. It felt warmer than yesterday but possibly because I had warmed up. At the pool/ sauna showers they also have complimentary nail files, ...
... evening meal then hopefully sleep till morning. Now Wednesday 20th but I am writing about yesterday evening. We went up to the 10th floor terrace for dinner. We had a lovely sunny spot with views of the Kremlin/ Red Square & could see some of the coloured onion top buildings. We had a beautiful meal. I had duck (Arthur had the Bass) with asparagus (al-dente) grilled whole tomato & pomegranate sauce. Dessert we shared a plate ...
... all the ones with free entry. The major snafu of the day was that the Lenin mausoleum was not inside the kremlin as we thought, but in Red Square. I actually took a picture in front of it yesterday without knowing it. We planned to visit it tomorrow before the departure of the train. Eventually we made our way back to the apartment so we could do some laundry and pack up for the continuation of our journey through mother Russia.
After the snafu ...