Hotel Savoy Moscow
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- Continental Breakfast
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... safe. oh, i forgot to mention that the russians are at war with ukraine, so we were a bit worried about that, but it looks like the war is on in the ukraine only, everyone here is just going about their business!
so jayne and i go for a little walk, find a little dellicatession which we name yip yip based on the cyrilic name on the wall. this time, we pick things by pointing to the words on a menu. we got lucky as i got some sort of sausage in batter, and jayne ...
... s still too expensive for the average Russian.
And, at the far end of Red Square is the onion dome – magnificent St. Basils Cathedral. The entire scene looks just like the setting on TV. Only we were standing on the real ...
... but in the home and especially when guests are present, vodka is king. Kept in the fridge and poured into a 50ml glass, it is not 'downed' until someone has made a toast and then it's down in one and quickly reach for the bread to ease the after taste. This can occur every few minutes until the bottle is gone. You may feel ok but vodka has a nasty habit of creeping up on you and it's only when you stand up that you realise you have no legs and have forgotten how to walk. (Talking ...
... War II). I went to the museum and saw some excellent dioramas and other exhibits, including disturbing video footage of the extermination camps. Again, it was frustrating because we had only an hour or so in a place where I could have spent days. We returned to the hotel around 5.45 through more traffic jams and several travellers went to see the Moscow circus ...
... we were up early and went to the Kremlin, which was not what was expected. You tend to get all sorts of ideas about what it's like behind those walls, but let us save you the trouble. There's office buildings and churches, a couple of statues, a park...and that's about it!! The Russian president's residence is supposedly inside as well, but no one saw hide nor hair of Putin. Poor Emilie and Stan couldn't make it given they had a severe bout of gastro. We ...