Holiday Inn Moscow Vinogradovo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... museum by the station in the former house of the station master who cared for him when he fell ill. After two days, we then headed back to Moscow. Our time in the villages has been a really great experience (for me more than Anya) and has helped me piece together the complex jigsaw of society in this vast country. I will always remember the kindness of people, the countless bottles of vodka and the incredible homemade organic food . Next stop, ...
... There were any many apple trees. It is a good year for apples and they were all laden with fruit. The monastery consisted of several Russian Orthodox churches and as it was Sunday there were services in progress. The services go on for several hours and people walk in and out all the time so this meant we were able to do this also. We were shown around by a monk and were told that during Communist times the buildings were used ...
... the Great's coronation dress, the coach sled Empress Elizabeth took to Moscow for her coronation (so large it took 23 horses to pull it), medieval swords and chain mail, eastern-style rounded swords (reflecting the Eastern and Byzantine histories of the country), the carved ivory throne of Ivan the Terrible, part of a three thousand piece bone china set given by Catherine to her lover Count Orlov, Illuminated Bible manuscripts inlaid the gold filigree ...
... allowed us.
After going back to the hotel to rest and freshen up we went to Red October (my choice!) for dinner. I really like the idea of Red October – it’s a former chocolate factory in the centre of Moscow. Instead of staying derelict or getting knocked down when the company was forced to move to other premises outside of the centre; the different parts of the factory buildings were sold/let to small businesses, restaurants, cafes and clubs. We chose ...
... with a bit of luck, made it to the right station.... not without Tubbz first stepping out the station and hitting a car wing mirror with his rucksack and setting off the alarm in front of a group of Russians (some things never change!).
We also soon discovered that the Russians don't hold our English love of signs (perhaps they have more common sense?) which meant that locating the hostel was our next brainteaser, but we eventually found it amongst ...