Holiday Inn Moscow - Suschevsky
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Moskova'dan bahsetmeye başlamadan önce bir grup arkadaşın merak ettikleri soruları yanıtlayayım:
Evet, kızlar çok güzel.
Hayır, kendileri teklif etmiyorlar.
Hala algısı açık arkadaşlarla devam edelim.
Uçağımız İstanbul'dan yaklaşı …
Every good day in Moscow starts with a mild hangover. This is quickly addressed with breakfast washed down with a beer or two. If this all sounds dangerously alcoholic to you then you've clearly never been to Russia before.
Once suitably fortified against the day ahead, we sally forth onto the streets and down into the underground. Down …
Hi From Moscow. After a fun few days in St Petersburg (not enough time) we boarded the train down to Novgorod. It's a beautiful little city about halfway between St Petersburg and Moscow. Has a lovely Kremlin (walled city) the oldest one in Russia. It also had about a million lovely churches and Nat insisted on going to everyone!!!!! After just …
We'd been looking forward to Moscow for many reasons - no train for 3 days and 2 nights being one of them - so after we arrived on the early morning train, we lost no time in checking into our hotel (built for the 1980 Olympics and not seen much in the way of upgrading since!) and jumped on the subway straight into the city. Despite the size of the city, we found most things fairly close at hand - Red Square and the Kremlin to name only 2 - but still ventured out and about on ...
... wrong way. Because the trains seem old, they seem to rattle a lot which does give the perception that they are moving too fast. They are always crowded so you never get a seat, which is quite difficult to a person reaching pension age who should have paid more intention to his abdominal muscles. I have definitely lost my ability to balance when the train takes off & stops. We also have to change trains ...
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