Holiday Inn Moscow Sokolniki
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... I could finally visit the center of Moscow with my two colleagues Antonina and Yulia who fortunately speak Russian! It is very difficult for me as I’m still very slow in reading Cyrillic letters even though I’m improving. We had to take a shuttle to the airport, a minibus to the metro and then some metros. But finally we managed to reach the center!
First impression of the train stations: the stations are ...
... 8211; a black robed monk walking past talking on his mobile!
After we finally got back and had lunch at a very atmospheric restaurant – borscht and stroganoff again – we took a final bus tour around Moscow before heading to the train station.
I guess we knew it was going to be special and a little bit ‘posh’ but my goodness, it is amazing. At the station we were taken to ...
... become a beautiful landscaped area, with beach volley ball courts, cafes, giant bean bags, bicycles, and hundreds of rollerbladers flying round.
Russian food is... ok. It's pretty pricey and everything is very stodgy that we've tried. As we so soon in our trip refuse to give in and go to McDonalds, Subway, KFC and Burger King we have been eating a lot from local shops, bakeries and self-serve cafeteria type places. We smile and speak in English to the servers, ...
... this simple bar was very trendy. To ask for the bill you say "shot" roughly translates a "women" so if you want a beer it's "women, beer" Charlie kindly explained the art of Russian language that they often drop the joining words. On our walk back to the hostel we got taken to one last hidden gem a supermarket. Unlike any other - more like the food hall in Harrods with the price tag of any normal shop. We stoked up on chocolate, Charlie ended up helping a lady decide what to get ...
... experience it with my gorgeous boyfriend who seemed to appreciate it as much as I did. We did a lot of picture taking and walking. My feet, legs and entire body were calling out for rest by day 3. The weather was raining most of the time which was unfortunate, but I still fell in love with this city anyway. St Basil's cathedral was smaller than I had expected, however red square's grandness held up every expectation if not exceeded it. If you ever visit this gorgeous city ...