Club 27 Hotel
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... throughout the platforms of everything from commemorations of the victory in WWII to scenes of ancient Greek and Roman gods. The stations are also clean, simple to use, and the trains are cheap and on time (their doors however are violent! They don't wait for you to be clear, or even give that much of a warning, but just slam shut and the train moves on). While admiring the stations en route we got back to Red Square, realised it had been shut the day before because they ...
... of meat, potatoes and cabbage as you'd expect!
Tomorrow is mostly going to be more sight seeing in Moscow before we board our train to Mongolia around midnight. We'll update you as soon as we can!
Things we have learned so far:
- Moscow is beautiful but extremely dusty
- It's not true what they tell you; not all Russian people are miserable... Only some of them are...
Love to you all! ...
... The room was massive!!! 2 king-single beds, soft pillows and sheets, massive bath and shower and some ****** tv because we can!!! It was heaven with a great view of Moscow! After showers and some lazing around we decided to head up to the 34th floor and enjoy the City Space Bar and a cocktail. The view up here was amazing! 360degree views of Moscow. Cocktails were hotel prices. I had a Vanilla Sky $1100 ...
... eggs, not to mention all the other Faberge items.
Downstairs, there were Royal Carriages dating back to the 1600's.
Strange how they managed to travel so many miles in them.
One of the coaches was a snow coach used in the winter and pulled by horses.
One of the journeys was from St Petersburg to Moscow (600km), imagine how long that took !
What an amazing museum.
I then headed for the rest of the Kremlin, which was a ...
... given yesterday.
It was getting late, and time for us to be driven back to the train station and the four hour trip back to St. Petersburg.
We were all exhausted from the pre-dawn start and all the walking. Our group was quiet on the train, and on the final bus ride back to our ship.
There was one last hurdle: passport control at dockside. It had been rigorous each time we came and went. But now it was ...