- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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I REALLY HOPE SOMEBODY IS READING THIS BECAUSE I HAVE HOMEWORK THAT I COULD BE DOING. Hey. So Russia was pretty chill… literally. It was really cold. Any of you receiving post cards will be hearing that bad joke again so be prepared. It was really nice though; definitely different. We had a choice when coming to Russia on whether or not to get a visa. If we got a visa then we were free to rome (lol new port pun I'll get there) but if ...
... carriages, clothes, armoury, etc., etc. from times gone by are stored. Security at the Armoury was tight, and we queued for a long time to even get in, as ticket numbers are limited. The Tsars certainly lived extravagantly!!!
On our first day in Moscow we joined The Free Walking Tour of Moscow and spent about 3 hours being shown around. The guide depends on tips as payment for the tour and it was extremely well done, and gave us a good idea of ...
... Wednesday) unless booked. Great! So, we drove off again and went to find the tower, to get the great view! By this time, it was getting late in the afternoon, and it had been raining, and there was quite a thick fog… and no view.. and the tower was closed because of the weather. Of course!
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... not available until 2:00pm & it was 8:30am we intended just dropping off our luggage. I was really impressed that common sense prevailed & the lady said we could have the room immediately. After a well needed shower & a small rest, we set out basically on a long walk to get orientated plus the big attractions are closed on a Monday.
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