Hotel Ibis Moscow Paveletskaya
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- Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn –
I always seem to have a torrid night when I am away from home and know I have to get up at the crack of dawn for onward travel. I find I am constantly checking my alarm clock …
... a city with an energy like no other, the most hospitable people you can meet, a rich culture, great food and a beautiful city centre. Many cities claim to be 24 hour but fall well short of their claim but Moscow truly is that. You can eat, shop, work out, party at any time of night. On my first visit here over 6 years ago, I found I was waking up early afternoon and eating dinner around 1am. Time doesn't have much concept. The biggest noticeable difference in culture between Russia and ...
... it was too slow to use.
We arrived at the station, that looks like an arm barracks as there are so many police and military. Our lift was not there so Frank went on the hunt and was missing when "Huge Boris" arrived. He took us back through the security checks and into a car which had seen better days when the ...
... on both feet, but he was a trooper and nerry a complaint was heard. There were a number of outside bar set ups in which we inevitably had a couple of beers. After Gorgy park we went in search of the"fallen monument park". Ivan and Vlad thought that this might be where all the Lenin and Stalin statues that were torn down ended up, lying down and broken, but there were none of those. This was a nice pleasant park with upstanding statues. The place was ...
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