Holiday Inn Moscow Sokolniki
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... given yesterday.
It was getting late, and time for us to be driven back to the train station and the four hour trip back to St. Petersburg.
We were all exhausted from the pre-dawn start and all the walking. Our group was quiet on the train, and on the final bus ride back to our ship.
There was one last hurdle: passport control at dockside. It had been rigorous each time we came and went. But now it was ...
... The displays were very sparsely written in English and so we spent most of our time looking at old photographs and maps of the system being built. The highlight of the museum was a replica of an old metro train cabin and going through the motions of driving it, including pretending to open and close the doors. The guy who showed me through it was barely older than us and seemed excited just to have someone to interact with in what appeared to be a seldom ...
... and it was a very interesting visit. The next two churches along the road were being renovated so we walked to Lubyanka Square where the KGB HQ is being renovated, along with the large children's shop which was ironically situated next door to it! A walk back or Red square along the newly pedestrianised Nikolskaya Street, and dinner in Bosco cafe overlooking Lenin's Mausoleum, he didn't contribute much to the conversation but a lovely meal despite the shocking ...
... on these resources themselves, and the Russian wealth created by these sales result in a large market for goods produced in NATO nations? Including warships, sold by France to Russia, that, in some likelihood could be turned against the French or their allies if this situation over the Ukraine results in widespread armed conflct.
*Moscow Times article discussing this topic
... a very nice man but to be fair, 3 Russian monarch’s that spring to mind are Catharine the Great, Peter the Great. There was even an Ivan the Great yet they name this guy Ivan the Terrible. Perhaps he got this nickname due to the terrible taste he had in design!! Take St. Basil’s cathedral for example, it doesn’t exactly blend in with the rest of the décor! It doesn’t even blend in with itself!! Since when did the a green and red chequered onion dome match a ...