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... as someone would have told us to leave. We continued wandering around the room we were in and when we attempted to go into another, we were prevented from doing so, I think we were being told that the museum was closed and that we must leave. On our way out crews were bringing in lights and tables & chairs etc, presumably for a function being held there that evening. Had we known that we'd only have an hour in the museum, ...
... br> We only stayed on the train for one stop, but got a taste of the grandeur. This was a lot different than BART at home.
The Moscow station was filled with marble and artwork. A room containing the turnstiles had a gorgeous ceiling that would feel right at home in a museum or even a church.
We were headed to the Kremlin station.
Our guide told us that Kremlin actually means fortress, which explains why ...
By the time we got out of the car at a petrol station this morning, the attendant had already taken the cap off and was ready to fill up! He also found us comical and was in hysterics. Everyone has been friendly and we were even offered a cup of coffee as we were waiting to pay for petrol. We've been trying to speak Russian using a phrase book and it seems to be going ok but we have absolutely no idea what people ...
... between their beds. They may partake in the $10 coffee, or minimum $200 night on the town occasionally, but this is only to be seen briefly as equal to those with extraordinary wealth living nearby, and driving the cost of rent and luxury goods to such heights. Plus, they're arriving by train or bus and not in one of the foreign luxury cars parked on the streets in front of fashionable stores and cafes like the grand ...
... as they are usually free and you can’t get better value for money than that!! The guides live off the tips that people give them. They make this very clear at the beginning of the tour.
We left the hotel at 9:30 and in 10 minutes we were entering Paveletskaya metro station. This is our first encounter with the Moscow Metro so our first challenge was to buy a block of 20 tickets. This cost 500 roubles (£10). So at 50p per journey, metro travel was the way to go. ...