Iris Congress Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The room was massive!!! 2 king-single beds, soft pillows and sheets, massive bath and shower and some ****** tv because we can!!! It was heaven with a great view of Moscow! After showers and some lazing around we decided to head up to the 34th floor and enjoy the City Space Bar and a cocktail. The view up here was amazing! 360degree views of Moscow. Cocktails were hotel prices. I had a Vanilla Sky $1100 ...
... delights with - like nuts wrapped in glazed figs & ?apricot, & baclavat even though I always thought it was a Greek sweet. A very nice meal was enjoyed for our 1st night in Russia. A far cry from when Robynne & I were here 36 yrs ago. When our guide sold jeans (which we all brought in through our suitcases) to buy our meals @ restaurants. Cold showers in amenities blocks with no doors Bed time was 7:40pm for 2 weary ...
... all the ones with free entry. The major snafu of the day was that the Lenin mausoleum was not inside the kremlin as we thought, but in Red Square. I actually took a picture in front of it yesterday without knowing it. We planned to visit it tomorrow before the departure of the train. Eventually we made our way back to the apartment so we could do some laundry and pack up for the continuation of our journey through mother Russia.
After the snafu ...
... agriculture, technology and science. The buildings looked empty and some were surrounded by scaffolding! The fountains were magnificent with fabulous statues and coloured stones. Careful research...thank you Google...has revealed the name of our nearest metro station in English is VDNK which in Russian means Exhibition of Achievements of the Nation Economy. VDNK in the Russian alphabet looks something like BOHX. We walked on and found the Memorial park of Cosmonauts ...
... Obama and Putin. One big benefit though was we had made it to our primary Russian destination.
We boarded our flight from Riga to Moscow Domodedovo Airport and arrived without incident. The line at passport control was long but again no problems there. We found an ATM where we could take out some rubles and went to find the AeroExpress train that would take us to a rail station in the center of Moscow. A nice change from Stockholm; this train ...