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... parents out too on the public Wi-Fi.
It's really hard to follow signs when you can't read Cyrillic.
Luckily I can so don't have much of a problem.
It's only when people talk back to me that my brain goes completely blank.
The Russians must think 'what a fool', but at least I'm giving it a go.
Anyway, there was also a Russian lady who we tried to converse with.
She only stayed ...
... clean, the seats were modern and well-maintained. There were drop-down video screens that provided safety information in Russian and English. Each public address announcement in English began with "Dear passengers..."
Once we were going, they showed an interesting documentary with English subtitles about a trans-Russia rail line whose construction was ordered by Stalin, but never completed because of the complexities presented ...
... water food, and sleep.
The day had finally come to visit Red Square, the centerpiece of Russian and the world famous Saint Basils Catherdral (the cathedral on the cover of Tetris). We made our way on the metro to the stop nearest the square. Of course nothing is marked properly so we spent about an hour walking around the streets to the Kremlin and eventually made it to the adjacent red square. Like many famous locations it is smaller than ...
... absolutely buzzing with the adrenaline hit that we needed... We still head a fair amount of the afternoon free, so we went to check out the Cosmonaut Museum. There is a huge monument outside that looks like a spaceship taking off. It was 200 roubles to get in (about £4) and it was full of fascinating equipment from the space race. In the west, perhaps even globally, the emphasis is very much on the Americans winning the space race, but the soviets were seemingly ...
... in Moscow was that most of the tourist spots are concentrated around the Red Square. You cal walk to many places if you have clear idea of the positions. Sarah led me to see the Russia State Library. It is another grand building, not far away from the Red Square. Sarah held the entry card and she helped to fill in forms to get admission. In order to get inside, I handed in my passport and later on I found out how strong ...