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... a couple hours and then went out to Arbat Street. This is a main pedestrian walkway in Moscow and it has hundreds of shops and restaurants on it. I was surprised to see how many American restaurants there were, especially ones I’ve never seen outside the US before. There aws Wetzel’s Pretzels, Dunkin Donuts, Wendy’s, Cinnabon, Auntie Anne’s, Subway, Johnny Rockets, Krispy Kreme, and Sbarros. After being communist for so long, they ...
... the space monument as I was poised to snap but a police guard appeared and whistled him down, nothing like being a little bit naughty ;)
Having walked several miles around Moscow we decided to head back to our retreat, stopping at a lovely noodle bar on the way back, I even tried champanisky, Russian fizz, yum. Interesting loo with two toilet pans???
Relax time before the next train journey tomorrow to St Petersberg ...
HAPPY CANADA DAY EVERYONE!!!
Yesterday we went and spent all day at the Hermitage, which is obviously not enough to see all of it since it's the 2nd biggest art museum in the world (the 1st being the Louvre). Then we took the overnight train to Moscow.
Today we got screwed for the first time by a cabbie, man were we CRANKY! We knew it would happen because all the travel tips about Russia mention it but ...
... Was an interesting experience though.
Sarah was an excellent guide in Moscow. She told me so many things about Russia and Moscow and I didn't have to worry about the direction. We went to Arbat Street which is the most famous shopping street in Moscow. There was an interesting graffiti wall in the street. It was built to memorize the famous singer (I forgot his name). His fans would come to the wall to present ...
... a bit like its men, although at first glance it may appear solemn and cold, as you take the time to get to know it, you soon discover that the city is far more interesting, goes far deeper and is certainly far more romantic than it first appears to the outside world.
Note: Readers of this blog should not deduce from this entry that the romanticism found in the city in any way reflects the mood of its authors ... we are very much enjoying the separate beds ...