Iris Congress Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... station, we went back 2 stations then rejoined the bus. Good fun.
We went off to Red Square and enjoyed a stroll down the square thinking at the time, there were tanks going down here a few months ago. Saw Lennon's tomb and ogled at St Basil's Cathedral that looks like a lot of smoke stacks wearing fancy women's shower caps.
We had 2 hours of free time before entering the Kremlin. There a 7 churches on the grounds dating way back as well as Putin's palace. He only ...
... they are always better (and quicker) to go on. Leaving St Petersburg also meant the start of our trans-siberian train journey (with stops) from Moscow to Beijing. Similar to our last destination, we had 4 days to view the sites and also similar to St Petersburg the city was going through a heat wave, meaning viewing the sites would be difficult and draining. Our first hurdle when arriving into Moscow, was to try and reach the hostel. Again we were having to do this ...
There are 14 cafés and restaurants in this double hotel building. (There are two hotels, Izmailovo Gamma and Delta with separate reception areas but sharing the cafés, restaurants, shops, gym spa etc. ). We have tried five of them. One cafe in delta lobby is warm and has the best coffee but serves only sandwiches, cakes and sushi. As we can't eat the sandwiches and cakes we had the sushi one afternoon, it was lovely but very tiny pieces, ...
... is great, very central and very comfortable. We had a yummy dinner in a restaurant close by on our first night - so much cheaper than Scandinavia!
The first day was fairly epic. It is cold with a biting wind but we managed to avoid most of the snow and rain. Like everything here, the metro is ginormous and very efficient. Trains come into our station every 1 minute and 20 seconds. This is the first place that we have ...
... you have barcode? We will make work" in reference to my uk one. Registering is easy enough, though google translate wouldn't let me click the registration link to I guessed and translated odd words on the registration page. Actually the FAQ, which you can click from the translation page, explains the registration page, but in case you want to know, the fields are; email, forename, surname, sex, date of birth, password/confirm password. Took me three goes, as the two ...