Hotel Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport
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... is nice. It's in the 30s. The woman just talks to herself constantly, and then kind of questions people. Like she opened the fridge pulled out some food and asked 3 of us in the common room who's food this is. I'm guessing there's probably 30 people here. It was strange. I heard her say to someone "what's your problem. You're too young to be traveling." I'm glad I'm not in her room bc I think I would be really annoyed with her constant commentary. I'm super exhausted. I ...
... enough they did! So once in Moscow, of course I had to go find it.
One day in Moscow, we tried to go to the Pushkin Museum. Once we found it, the entrance line went around the building and it was a huge building so we decided to go to plan B. That was looking for the building on my Lucite box and go to the cosmonaut museum which was supposed to be nearby.
... a complex issue, in a complex world, and the solutions will never be perfect. My only hope is that diplomacy and, like it or not, capital and trade inter-dependence will drive a peaceful resolution. The problems I see are the escalating nationalism as Russian citizens are actually armed and volunteering to sneak into eastern Ukraine to fight, the cat-in-a-corner syndrome I think Russians are feeling from Western ...
... but jolly hard work. Not that we are looking for pity, certainly not, but many think we are just swanning around amusing ourselves. Fair comment but we are also filling up with memories that we can draw upon in the years of our dotage. That being said, as our brains lose cells we will eventually forget it all but our contention is that the more you have to forget the longer it will take. There then; not just arseing about on trains, planes and automobiles but making ...
... three other 'famous' churches and the original home of the Romanov family, for those who's Russian history is lacking similar to ours the Romanov's were the elected monarchy from 1613 until 1917. We finally arrived at a building that looked like something out of Charlie and the chocolate factory with swirly coloured domes on the top. This was the famous Saint Basil's Cathedral. Standing in the Red Square we listened to the bells chime at noon and learned of ...