Iris Congress Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our plans were to head off towards St Petersburg after the Kremlin tour but as we got ready to go, the pain in my lower abdomen that I had experienced for a couple of hours the previous evening returned. I thought it made sense to have it checked out before we left a major city. Probably a bladder infection, I thought.
... may have been a sign in Russian indicating whether it had been relocated or was closed for the season, but we couldn't understand any of it. We asked at hotels and passing tour guides about where the tourist information office was and they all thought it was still in the Patriotic Museum. This is Russia.....In the afternoon we visited The Armoury within the Kremlin, a very large museum with more church iconography; room after room ...
... Star section is of course in English. Yay!
So, now that you've watched this marvelous piece of motion picture art, and learned so much about our pompous exploits in the Wondrous city of Moscow, you can live a better, happier and more fulfilling life!
When we were in in St Petersburg, we stayed in Apple Hostel, and there's also an Apple Hostel in Moscow, so that's where we stayed too. They were both nice. When we came to the hostel ...
... looks like a rocket and con trail all made in titanium and standing 110m high. Inside the museum there are models of rockets and space capsules and some real ones as well including Yuri Gagarin's space capsule. It is amazing how tiny and in some cases how home made looking some of these are. The early cosmonauts must have been very brave. The most popular exhibit with the children was the Sputnik space capsule and stuffed dogs Strelka and Belka who were the ...
... marched into the parade ground. The ceremony was truly moving particularly when they all sang the Russian National Anthem with great gusto & well in tune. They then received their diplomas after goose-stepping to & from the ranks. We went off for a further walk whilst Helen pointed out the various cathedrals we visited including the Assumption, with all the tombs of the Tsars before Peter the Great. The interiors are full of frescoes ...