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We were up way too early this morning after way too little sleep so we called the butler for some tea, got ready and headed out to breakfast. It's tackle public transportation day! We took the subway to breakfast and it was an experience. Luckily there are ticket machines with English as an option. Unluckily, 100 is the largest bill they take (@$2USD). Tickets are 50 rubles ($1USD) each and we didn't have small bills. So we stood in line to "talk" to a non-English ...
If anyone is wondering how this blog is going, I'm just writing as I do things. I'm here in Europe for 7 weeks. I had a hard time sleeping last night bc the people in my room were rude. Roommates 1 and 2 came in loudly at 12:30 am after I went to bed at 10:30 pm. They turned on the lights, which are super bright without checking if someone was asleep. At 2:30 Roommate 3 came in and opened the door so hard that is slammed into the wall. The rooms have magnetic keys to ...
... our class could take a seat in one of those conference rooms, which were named in a creative way. For example, when we were on the 7th floor one room was called "Seventh Heaven". To me, it is a nice little detail that puts a grin on my face.
It was a major difference between the presentations we got so far from other companies and the one we got at Yandex. The person responsible for us was an elderly guy with long grey hair and a clothing style far away from business ...
... eggs, not to mention all the other Faberge items.
Downstairs, there were Royal Carriages dating back to the 1600's.
Strange how they managed to travel so many miles in them.
One of the coaches was a snow coach used in the winter and pulled by horses.
One of the journeys was from St Petersburg to Moscow (600km), imagine how long that took !
What an amazing museum.
I then headed for the rest of the Kremlin, which was a ...
... of people responding at one point it was hands straight in the air the next all stood fist in fist united. Charlie texted saying he was about so we arranged to meet him by the Bolshoi, stocked him up with some Haribo. Charlie is Rebecca's (Mike Dudfields) son, he has been living in Moscow teaching English for the last 8 months. We explained our plan to head out to the market and he came up with an alternative. So we did the Charlie walking guide. This took us past the old part ...