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... was when I realized that travelling in Russia is going to be much more difficult than anywhere else in Europe. There was not one sign in English. Everything was in Russian, and not one English subtitle. After about 15 minutes of walking around, I stumbled upon the AeroExpress train to the city. I had to wait 45 minutes before the train left, and then it was a 40 minute ride to the center of Moscow. I then found the metro station and had to take ...
... left hand. Left hand?! I can't do anything with my left hand. Why do I need to be ambidextrous at knife throwing?! Arguably it helps with the technique as you have to concentrate so much more on your weak side. We start to be able to get the knife to the board with some level of consistency and then our instructor motions for us to be put our knives down. He walks us over to three axes in front of three bits of tree stump and starts smashing the axe overhand into the ...
... by bus with everyone
else into Moscow after lunch, as we docked at 1.30pm. We took our cases with us
and to our joy and pleasure were able to see Red square, The Kremlin Wall, St.
Basils with its amazing colour and onion domes and Louis Vuitton in a prime
position, right on the corner in Red square attached to the most beautiful shopping
centre. This period of time spent looking at this ...
... of offices (where Putin works!), park and garden areas, churches and museums. The highlight of visiting the Kremlin was visiting the Treasurey and Armory where we saw the stagecoaches, gowns, coronation dress, jewelry and a collection of 47 Faberge Eggs out of the 52 that were originally made. We then came back to the hotel and had dinner with the Bass/Sneed's and Lenobel's and really had a great time. Tomorrow's our last day. We wish we had one more day ...
... It took some time to get to the market. On arrival at first glance it looked all like new stuff, but walking a bit further there was a lot more to explore. Unfortunately he could not complete his mission, as we were running out of time. Jan Willem had to take his flight back to Ho Chi Minh that evening.
For Monday morning the new planetarium was on the agenda. This contains 2 big halls with all kind of scientific experiments ...