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... line is right outside the entrance.
By now, it was 7.30pm.
It was my intention to take the boat back to the Kremlin but this took 90 minutes so I decided to get the Metro to Red Square (I've got my camera this time).
I got some great floodlit pictures of St Basil's, Gym, the Kremlin, the Moscow State Museum.
Again I had my dinner in Gym at a Russian Cafeteria.
And then, 13 hours after leaving the hotel, it was time to head back.
I was ready for ...
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... her kids were babies it would take six months to get a bunk bed, but now you could spend six months deciding which one to choose! . Lots about Russian history! Two dynasties, the Ruriks and the Romanovs, and yes any rumours that Anastasia survived are completely untrue. Amazed that all the churches are pretty well completely intact, as well as the palaces - unlike the Chinese Communist rulers, the evidence of imperialism was ...
... then she took her bags and waddled out of the station. Homeless I suppose. There was an announcement in Russian, and the "delay" column lit up with "20:00". I saw someone looking at their ticket as well as looking at the electronic board, so I wandered over with my ticket, pointed to the train number on my ticket then to their ticket, hoping to figure out if they were on the same train as us so that we could follow them, but their ticket was bought at the station whereas ours ...
... 8216;C’mon’, I said, ever the optimist. ‘Lets find another way out’. Leading her in the direction of the blue line and Ploschad Revolutsii, Moscow’s second most ornate metro station. The first part of this journey was up a few flights of stair so this should be a good thing as the escalator hopefully won’t be as long.
Ploschad Revolutsii metro station was a multi-arched concourse where bronze statues of workers and soldiers ...