Hotel Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport
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... and emigration at the same time! It was a bit weird at Heathrow. You know when you go away on holiday and you try to spend every last bit of foreign currency you have on meaningless items before you fly home to the UK as you'll not need the currency again, well we had to do that with £'s which seemed a bit odd. Anyway we are now fully stocked up with small gifts to give away to families & kids we may meet or stay with on our way. So, we have just arrived in a roasting ...
... past. I eased off, or, more, came to a crashing slowdown, after a mile and a half. A bit short for a tempo, need to fix that, but I think I have been a bit under the weather this week in any case. With the route being a bubble-written U, doing the inner and outer side of the river bend, it came to just about 11miles, which makes for about 35 for the week; okay. Even better, at least to me, I tried sticking the garmin connector on the hostel computer and it worked, so I was able to ...
... and pleading our case, she put the wheels in motion so we could at least stay on tour as far as Red Square before making our way to the station.
Our group gathered on shore to meet our local guide so with luggage in tow we joined them. Once our luggage was stowed on the bus we were off to take in the sites of Moscow. We couldn’t quite believe we were here so were quickly taking photos out of the bus window knowing that our visit would soon come to ...
... statues of famous Russians, from Peter the Great to Solzhenitsyn. The quality of the luncheon meal and service matched the quality of the art-both are abysmal (in my opinion).
On to the enormous Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the largest church in Russia standing 100 meters high, and accommodating 10,000 people. Originally built to commemorate the victory over Napoleon, Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture accompanied the dedication. Stalin had ...
... Jude) and popular music. Some compositions were lively, others haunting and slow but all very evocative of Russia. Again no photos allowed. You can check out the group on YouTube.
YouTube - Folk Orchestra of Moscow - duelling balalaikas
Met some lovely people already. Mostly Americans but some Canadians, English and Australians. More social news later.
DA SVIDANYA from Jeff and Wen.