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... days, poor Lenin looks across the square famed for its historical military parades, past a gaudy temporary ice rink, over to the shop fronts of Dior and Paul Smith in the extremely decadent GUM shopping centre opposite: which is perhaps not the resting place he imagined. On this note, apparently Lenin requested to be buried next to his mother in a church graveyard in St Petersburg, something Stalin loosely interpreted as "embalm me, paint my ...
It is the world's most populated inland city (over 12 million) and the second most populous city in Europe after Istanbul. And, much to my surprise, Moscow has the largest number of billionaire residents in the world.
... this already!). Freshwater seals called Nerpa seals, also only found here – they are the world’s smallest seal and can hunt 1500m below the surface even at night. They have particularly large claws to force their way through the sometimes 1m thick ice that covers the lake in winter. But back to our departure from Beijing…. We caught the Trans Mongolian Train (2 days and 1 night) from Beijing to UB and had a lovely 2-berth cabin, sharing ...
... we headed out past The Great Kremlin Palace and the entry to the Armoury. Coffee break; for Lea and Ben the novelty of enjoying a cigarette with there drinks inside. Our plan was to head out to a Market but just before we headed to the metro we first came across a political demonstration. Everyone wearing red coats and holding red flags in lines listening to a speaker. We found someone who spoke English who explained it was an anti demonstration. It was quite intimidating ...
... watcher’ is just a distant memory in the local job centre. We are now living in modern times where the IBIS Paveletskaya could be any hotel in the world.
On checking out, we asked the receptionist for the number of the bus or tram to take us to Red Square.
‘Bus?? She asked furrowing her brow. ‘Tram?
I suddenly had a feeling of déjà vu. I could see where this conversation was going!
‘No bus. No ...