Holiday Inn Moscow-Simonovsky
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... night was no exception. With both our sets of parents at the house, we didn’t manage to get any sleep – packing our bags for the first time in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Still, the time of our fight to Moscow via London Heathrow was set in stone, so whether we felt ready or not, we had to leave at 4am to make our way to Manchester airport. We checked in with an hour and a quarter to go and said some tearful farewells to our parents. ...
... was all in Russian! Funny that!
Left that bank and tried another and found a girl there who spoke some English and explained what I wanted. She printed out the appropriate waiting slip and advised there was only one person ahead of me. After about 10 minutes I explained the urgency of the transaction but no alternative to continue waiting. Another 5 minutes and I got the call. Took another couple of minutes for the lady to get her machine to ...
... city lights. As we entered the centre of Moscow the road ran alongside the river. The wall of the Kremlin on our right and the bridges lit up on the left. We were dropped about 500 yards from most of the major tourist attractions. The taxi driver couldn't find the door but did find the building so we hopped out. We then walked up the side of the building instead of through the entrance gate. After a little bit of wondering I popped in to ...
Arrived from: St. Petersburg
Start date: 19/09/13
End date: 24/09/13
What was great: Honey festival, Bizarre museum (Gogol), Staying with Anna
What was not great: The weather, the weather, oh god the ...
... we were allowed to enter the Kremlin Palace, usually closed to the public. We were checked through security with our passports and a small group was only allowed in at a time. This palace was erected by Nicholas the 2nd to be the Royal home when they were in Moscow. It is now the Presidential Palace where ambassadors present credentials and medal ceremonies are conducted etc. The decoration within easily rivals Versailles with its richness and ornamentation. Each of ...