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Travel Blogs from Moscow
36 Hours, One Bus, Two Planes and a short car ride later and we were finally walking through the doors of Katerina's apartment in Moscow.
I don't think I could ever be more grateful that we were staying with Katerina's mum then when she made us a delicious breakfast of (Insert Russian word here): A wonderfully fried ball of sugar, flour, egg, and творо ...
... to the south west of the city to visit the Metro Museum at Sportivnaya but it turned out to be closed on Mondays. We booked it into our diaries for the next day and caught the Metro back into the city centre for a walk down the Arbut pedestrianised street. On the way we bought matryoskas for the mums and ourselves, as well as a keyring for the Christmas tree and a hair clip for Wendy. We then followed a walking tour in the Lonely Planet ...
... Here's a list of the places we've planned to go
Asia - Japan and Moscow
Europe - Paris and Ireland
Africa - Madagascar and Chad
North America - USA and Canada
South America - Peru and Brazil
Oceania - Australia and Fiji
... but my brain hadn’t caught up yet! We had spent the night…hang on a minute! Why did Roisin say ‘probably’?? Anyway, we had spent the night in a Travel Lodge at Heathrow Airport terminal 5. The flight down had been pretty uneventful. The hotel is about 2 miles from the terminal building just off the airport perimeter road.
There are a number of Hoppa buses immediately outside the terminal (5) building at Heathrow waiting to ...
... this in the hall of the Novotel in Moscow, Judi and I are going to have to negotiate seats together on the train to St Petersburg. Travel Department don't seem to give a lot of thought to booking seats. We just had enough time to get across Heathrow from terminal 1 to terminal 5. I thought we had ages at 2 hours, but we just got there in reasonable time for getting on ...