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... trading routes back in 12th century. The Viking explorers had to carry their boats over-ground to get to other rivers and lakes in order to make the journey.
With the advent of canals and dams, Russia created internal waterways that moved river traffic between the far north of the country to the south.
But it's when you get up and close to them that you can learn how they operate and what engineering ...
... an hour listening to local Russian music. Arriving at the hotel felt very familiar. Probably because it is a Hilton Doubletree and I spent 3 days a week in the one in Ealing. (Steph they still give you a cookie, even in Moscow) We have been out and about. We braved the metro and went to Red Square and the Kremlin. We also managed to pick up our transiberian tickets even though the office really was in the middle of nowhere. The 'CityMaps2Go' app saved us ...
... hotel where we were served coffee and pastries.
I asked about a huge building across the street from the hotel, which turned out to be the Foreign Ministry.
Now it was time to begin our tour, and what better way to see Moscow than from under ground?
That's actually an unfair question, since I had always heard that the Moscow Metro was worth a visit for its beautiful stations. And that reputation is ...
... examples of classical sculptures as well as modern pieces plus a large collection of former soviet ones that were torn down in the 1990's. Visited the magnificent Cathedral of Christ the Saviour looking at the Red October chocolate factory. Had lunch in a typical buffet - which means essentially pointing at bits of meat of unknown origin in an unknown sauce for an unknown price followed by pointing at various ways of serving potato and rice, all the while hoping you ...
... water food, and sleep.
The day had finally come to visit Red Square, the centerpiece of Russian and the world famous Saint Basils Catherdral (the cathedral on the cover of Tetris). We made our way on the metro to the stop nearest the square. Of course nothing is marked properly so we spent about an hour walking around the streets to the Kremlin and eventually made it to the adjacent red square. Like many famous locations it is smaller than ...