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Having stayed up late waiting for the darkness for our night photos we rewarded ourselves with a little sleep in today, up at 6:30 and out of the hotel just after 7.... It was off to our 'local' for breakfast, coffee and chocolate croissants again before a leisurely stroll to The Kremlin where we bought our entry tickets for the day. After dropping Sarah's bag off in the holding area we were off through security and headed in to Putin's ...
... back and there's lots of soviet memorabilia. We're not here Sat but we thought we'd try. There were some antique booths, but not much that was interesting except for this steel sign that used to be on a train and looked very Russian. We were seriously considering it, but ultimately we think it would've looked a bit out of place. We got a Russian nesting doll instead and we think it's perfect and hilarious. We returned in time for a quick hour nap ...
... knows where it could've gone to! When we got to the hotel it was about 8, and we couldn't check in until 2, so we went for a wander. The hotel is a 5 minute walk from Red Square and as it was so early we had pretty much the whole place to ourselves! After wandering around till 2, we checked in and slept for a couple of hours. The room is basic. That's being nice. Russian is confusing by the way. We were using a drinks menu to decipher it. Probably not the best way but still better than ...
... business sectors in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Honestly, Russia was not on top of my bucket list of travel destinations. However, as for any country I have not yet been to, I am eager to learn more about it. As an international management student it is essential to get to know other business cultures in order to be prepared for working in a multinational environment. I wanted to go to Russia with an open-minded attitude, my thirst for knowledge and a critical eye. My ...
... of this section were made of wood. The Old Russian name for wood happens to be 'Kitay’, the same word for China!! The second theory is that the walls of the outer city were built by Italian engineers. The Italian name for city is Citta. This was then 'shoe-horned in to the Russian language and from this, morphed in to the word ‘Kitay’!!
After an expensive breakfast in a rather innocuous looking café, we met up with our guide, Elena at 10:45. We were ...