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... it only sold tickets for the Aero-Express so we couldn’t go far wrong.
We boarded the Aero-Express train – a bright red affair – and headed into the city. The train takes you as far as Paveletskaya Station. A lucky break for us, as this is where our train to Kazakhstan will depart from, so we were able to see just how challenging it will be to make our way here from Kitay-Gorod, the Metro station closest to our hostel.
We purchased ...
... headed to our home station. No problem there right? We had been in and out of our station (Vladykino) a number of times so we were very confident as to the walk back to the hotel.
Now we have mentioned in the past that the Moscow subway system was very efficient but we hadn’t realized just how efficient. Because the trains are so long there are some stations where they have three exits to cater for the people getting out at the front, ...
... the people have been helpful. No English, but they try and that's all I care about. When the metro stops, they wait for people to get off the train and my god, that was my biggest pet peeve in Asia.
The women here are very interesting and very tall. I saw several dozen my height or taller and lots of blond hair. I would say 50% look like old communist Russians with tough faces and the other half is very pretty... in a, I can kill you like ...
With fewer events on this morning, just two different tracks events having heats and three field events their qualifying session, it seemed an excellent day to put in (ha!) a longer run and miss some of the early action. In the event, I got going after 9:30, ran for over an hour and a half and missed the whole session. I went further this time. Same route, over the road and river then down and round the outside of the U loop, but rather than crossing near the ...
Wandering through the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and starring at the mounds of deconstructed soviet era electronics and communications materials I think of how interesting it would be to discuss the larger cultural meaning of this with Megan.
Our love for the works of Ken Follett has given us a deeper knowledge of the first and second world wars and a shared passion for trying to understand the ways they have ...