Holiday Inn Moscow Vinogradovo
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV RTR Planeta Russia
- TV Channel One Russia
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... to the whole Russian people. It was on this hill that about 1,000,000 Russian soldiers died during a huge battle with the Germans in 1943 or 1944, L isn’t too sure which year. It was a major turing point during the war as from here the Germans were pushed back slowly and we all know the outcome of that, 44 years of communist rule in East Germany and Eastern Europe.L with include a photo of the Mother Kurgan statue, here’s some info bout it. It stands ...
... bread that we also devoured. We walked through a little bazar with carpets, bathrobes, scarves and things, then to the blue mosque and walked through the gardens. We started to get nervous about our ability to get to the airport with the streets all closed, so we headed back early to give ourselves more time. In the process, we were standing in front of the gates right as the bikes went by! We decided to take a taxi rather than the train, ...
... local specialties each evening. Tonight we had the chance to try a traditional Rassolnik soup (similarly to chicken and rice soup, without the chicken), which was perfect for the raining evening weather. Once we finished up dinner (complete with wine and dessert), we headed back to the room to get ready for our Moscow at Night tour. We boarded the busses at 9:00 and headed out to the city center. We had the opportunity to stop at the University of ...
... the day at night in 2008. The Saviour Gate to the Kremlin has its icon over it again and has been recently opened again after many years. But it was blocked because of the seating stands etc for the tattoo. Found a Russian style Pectopah (in Cyrillic but in English Restoran) for an evening meal. This was the first balanced since arriving in Russia and consisted of chicken on skewers, wedges, and a salad. Exhausted crashed for the night as I had a special treat lined up for the next ...
... as though we have something to hide. Thank god I bought a hairbrush I would hate to be detained looking like this. We are suddenly in Moscow's Kievskaya station and not quite ready to get off so it's a mad rush....it's now 6.25am. As we walk off the platform we start to get some funny looks.....are we the oldest packers in town! Major construction going on to station and surrounding area so as we traverse the various pots holes and stripped Tarmac.......not easy ...