Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky
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... inspector appeared to be just as tired as we were. She let us enter her station two people at a time, gave our passports a cursory check, and waved us through without a word.
As we climbed the gangway, the ship’s staff cheerily advised us that dinner was still being served in the dining room. We all said thanks but no thanks, and headed for bed.
It had been a long day, but we saw what we came for, and it was well worth the ...
Next up was a slightly less cheerful museum but just as interactive. At the Gulag Museum we got to sit in a reconstructed dorm room on hard wooden bunk beds wearing Russian fur hats and padded winter jackets. The displays here were in English but that just meant we could understand the brutally depressing stories of those sent to the gulags. I can now see why Dostoyevsky said you can tell a lot about a society from the way it treats its prisoners.
Our adventure in Russia started haltingly. We intended to rendezvous at the gate at New York's JFK airport on July 9. Phone calls came in from two sets of travelers as my daughter, Dani, and I were waiting in line to check in. One had a weather delay, coming out of Denver, the other was stuck in traffic en route to the airport.
Having notified FinnAir staff of these delays when we checked in, we headed for the gate. ...
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OK, back to the people. Well, I'll say that Muscovites are generally hard-warking, mostly helpful, curious of foreigners a little, and up for a good time though not very cheery. Much, I guess, like people in any big city. Of course, this is a big country (the biggest actually in area) and Moscow is only one part of it. Let's see who else will turn up as I move on.
Friday was a rest day between the Congress and the start of the championships. Fletcher and I decided to revisit the Pushkin Museum which we had first seen in 1980. We remembered the great collection of Impressionist paintings and other great art that it contained.
We set out on the Metro and got off at Arbatskaya to retrace my steps of the other day. We eventually found the park which we saw was named after Gogol and walked down to the street. Following the signs we ...