InterContinental Moscow Tverskaya
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Woke before the alarm at 05.00, shuttle to T5 at 05.40 checked in and through security at 06.55.
Converted some sterling into Roubles and also RMB then breakfasted on tomato and cheese Panini with fresh orange and coffee.............£0.63 change out of £10 note! Plane pretty full, would have been off on time but the tug thingy at the …
... of police with whistles and batons who will enthusiastically redirect you to the path in a “respect mah authoritah” Cartman style.
Other sites were the Eternal flame beside the tomb of the unknown soldier where we saw the rather bizarre goose-step changing of the guards. The Bolshoi theatre where the creation of the USSR took place, Arabat street, Gorky park, the VDNKh Park, and the Cosmonaut museum.
The cosmonaut museum was spectacular, the Russians ...
... to get back. The next day we had some free time before our transfer to the afternoon train to Novgorod so Shelley and I visited one of the many cathedrals. This one was the 4th tallest in Europe. It was very regal outside and amazingly beautiful inside. Then it was a wonderful Russian lunch at a little place hat had been recommended to us. Getting back to the hotel, our guide for the trip to Novgorod, was waiting for us. Grabbing the bags we transferred to the train station ...
... Moreover, the side of house you'll see from the pereulok is not the best. To see the most interesting part of the house you have to walk inside the arch of the nearby building and walk around. This way you'll be able to fully appreciate the unique architecture of this 1927-1929 built one-family/workshop house.
The building's original exterior (large windows, covering most of the house) is largely due to the absence ...
... no pictures allowed) and The Armoury, the building which housed the jewels of the royalty as well as some exhibits of battle equipment. We did not go into this last one which was an optional extra. Security was obvious throughout the Kremlin, but not over the top in the areas we were allowed to visit.
Dinner was in our hotel and again provided by the tour company. This was a much better (hot ...
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