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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... World War II memorial outside the Kremlin Walls. We stopped and watched out of respect, not really sure what it was commemorating on 24 June but resolving to Google that later. We were also impressed by the synchronised wreath laying drill! The history student in me got very upset when we did finally Google the memorial date and realised it was to commemorate the entire invasion of the bloody country! Oops, way to go on the ignorance front again! Still heading to Red Square, the ...
... on his supreme contributions to mother Russia.
Today has been the first day that we've really felt like we were travelling. We've been on a 3 hour walking tour of Moscow this morning. Our guide Leena (serious liberties may have been taken with the spelling of her name!), was great and showed us the highlights of the city. Proving once again that Geordies really are the hardest of them all, Leena was kitted out in a ...
... and you can only go one by one- then the 2 people in front of me decide to invite the others in the family- another 6, again I had to say no and they didn't seem to care too much, but they moved to the back of the line anyways. Just absolutley crazy. But all checked in and waiting for the gate to open to board. Shermetyo airport does all the duty free purchases in Euro prices- just ...
... br> The best thing about my hostel is that everything is within walking distance.
Only 5 minutes and I was at the Kremlin.
I bought my tickets and I was on my way to see Mr Putin.
The first stop was the Armoury.
This part of the Kremlin houses the vast treasures held by the state.
In one exhibition is the biggest collection of Silver in the world.
Some of the exhibits date back to the 1600's.
Plates, cups, jewellery, ...
... any photo I've ever seen.
Unfortunately, Red Square was being prepared for a major outdoor show, so temporary barriers blocked us from going to certain areas.
But we were able to walk around and see the exterior of Lenin’s tomb (it was already closed for the day) as well as the area used as a reviewing stand for dignitaries when they watch the military parades passing through Red Square on important occasions.