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... of a 12 year old boy but the case he is in is made of special magnifying glass so he still looks average sized!
Next we did a metro tour which might sound a bit strange! But in Soviet times the metros were done up fancy so that the average citizen would feel like a Tsar in a palace! The stations are full of mosiacs, paintings and columns and Zoya was able to give us details on the ones we visited.
After that was time for our ...
... as someone would have told us to leave. We continued wandering around the room we were in and when we attempted to go into another, we were prevented from doing so, I think we were being told that the museum was closed and that we must leave. On our way out crews were bringing in lights and tables & chairs etc, presumably for a function being held there that evening. Had we known that we'd only have an hour in the museum, ...
... that I had failed to understand correctly. This would therefore be the first time (i'm sure of many) where we forced to call upon our secret weapon; namely, Helen's fearless ability to ask questions of complete strangers while I stand awkwardly in the background feigning obliviousness. Sure enough, armed with a sentence that was written for her in Russian by Elena she approached a poor Moscovite sap who was about to find that he would be wasting the next stress filled ...
... walked back to the ship. Back on the boat time for a quick shower before a 5 course dinner. Very nice but we really do not need to eat. Dinner is not served till 8pm so it makes for going to bed on a full stomach. Trying to write in my travel blog each day but having trouble keeping up with my tales of adventure. It is hard to imagine this is the same country I visited 36yrs ...
... beneath the surface (literally underground in the Metro, Moscow's subway system is the 2nd busiest in the world behind Seoul, South Korea's) and hidden in the many drab high-rise office office buildings, you'll find millions of people grinding through everyday, and living in conditions not much improved from the Communist era. I've heard stories of young professionals living in 2 bedroom flats with as many as 6 people by placing ...
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