Holiday Inn Moscow Sokolniki
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... In a somewhat odd twist in a former communist paradise, the largest, most expensive shopping centre in Russia borders Red Square- the GUM department store. It was rescued from the potential bourgeois scrap heap by the wives of major communist officials who obviously operated on the Marxist theory that "everyone is equal but we're just a little more equal than everyone else".
... to prevent its population from having to use US based servers. Putin and other Russian leaders have said that the Internet is a means in which the CIA can spy on the world. Critics here say it will be one more measure to isolate the Russian people, monitor their activities, and censor free press. It’s amazing to see the impact of American technology, media, commercialism, and foreign policy from the perspective ...
... beside myself they were so beautiful and the whole exhibition so meaningful with the Olympics around the corner.) We decided to go see the inside of the Kremlin and bought a ticket to the Treasury which is the collection of imperial Russian wealth in jewels, and silver and gold objects. We passed on going to the vault which included the imperial jewels but the gold and silver objects displayed was enough to pay off the debts of most impoverished countries ...
... climbing on one another and balancing on different steps and balls. This was somewhat tainted by the feeling that elephants shouldn't be spinning on balls and the fact that the acts were so very long but still very impressive. However being at the circus was amazing within itself – eating fairy floss and being in the big top was too exciting!
After dinner we strolled down to Red Square to take in the goodness of the evening and it was pretty special. ...
... aggravate me when the police who look more like military stop someone on the street & asks for their passport. Makes you pleased to be a New Zealander. It hasn't happened to me but it happened to Ian when I was with him. He said it was back at the hotel & showed him his ticket for the World Champs which seem to appease him. Maybe he thought Ian was competing. Obviously also the reason he did not ask ...