Hotel Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport
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... that we found our hostel because it is in one of the most concealed spots that I have ever seen a hostel. We were loitering in the street where we thought it should be, scratching our heads, when luckily, a Russian man who looked like he was doing his daily commute home stopped (obviously recognising us as tourists with rucksacks on) and told us that to get to the hostel you need to walk through a gated archway into a courtyard and through an unmarked door in the corner. ...
... a Sydney Optometrist. We were a little concerned that it may be a really quiet group but within 30 seconds, everyone was chatting like best buds!
Our guide, Olga, took us to a local Russian cuisine restaurant for dinner. There are going to be no more comments on the food... Suffice to say that we will both be very much looking forward to some fresh, well cooked food, which doesn't involve cabbage, beetroot or greasy meat and potato when we get back.
... looking straight ahead to the stage. The music was outstanding and the four hours went by so quickly. Highly recommended to musicians and non-musicians (like the old lady a few seats along from us who talked loudly all through the first act! - it seems quite common here not to be silent during performances and also to bring along a variety of food and drink with you in plastic bags.)
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... the passengers to look up to admire the station's art, as if they were looking up at the sun and - by extension - him as God. The advanced electrical system and custom-designed, lavish chandeliers were also a demonstration of the party's greatness. We paid $1 each and spent one rainy day riding the trains to check out the most beautiful stations.
Our apartment was about five blocks away from the closest station and very easy to find. We knew it wasn't ...
... Russian Exhibition Park that housed all these gigantic tributes to all things Russian. We walked through the park as it was getting dark and it was super impressive. We walked through some giant gates with big statues of workers on them - mostly people carrying grain. Once we walked down a bit further there was a huge bronze fountain with huge ladies all around showing the might of communism... Each had a huge bushel of wheat in their arms. If the fountain wasn't ...