Izmailovo Beta Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... given the traffic and multi-laned roads. Seeing St.Basil's 'in the flesh' was a wow moment, despite the greyness and wetness of the day. It was smaller than I'd imagined though. Lenin's mausoleum was closed for the day so we had to be satisfied with viewing it from the outside, and not getting up close and personal with Vlad. He only allows visitors between 10AM and 1PM most days...he's a lot less hospitable than Uncle Ho.The mausoleum itself looked more modern ...
... guess that's because it is still the seat of the Russian government. Red square is also disappointing because they are currently setting up massive stadium seating in the middle of it for I think an international military tattoo. So the views of St Basil's Cathedral, the State History Museum, the Kremlin walls and GUM department store are pretty much ruined. After grabbing a quick bite of pizza for a late lunch, I made my way to the State ...
... uploaded and that I could't find it anywhere) so he says he's had a strop on all day and has now just spent sometime on the Internet trying to find and recover it, whilst I'd rather get today's and yesterday done. I don't yet have the inclination to try to recreate it, I might save that for our next train leg on Tuesday when we might need something to do between time zones.
I'm now going step back in time and complete our day 4 blog.
Night, night. ...
I never imagined a week to be full of so many adventures and fun moments. Moscow surely showed its wild side to us…
From Tuesday to Wednesday I was suddenly woken by a terrifying voice. First, some Russian then English. I was still sleepy and thought I had turned on the TV by accidently touching the remote control which was somewhere in my bed. When I started waking up, I realized that I was wrong and the voice would not stop. "This is an emergency, leave your rooms – ...
... I did not even see it, but the little arm was up in a flash and I hit it unexpectedly going fast just below the waste. My momentum swung my upper body clean over the arm and pointing down toward the floor, and there I was, suspended in mid air bent 180 degrees over the bar, neither my feet nor my head touching, looking at my knees! I could not get off as I had no traction on either end!. The attendant had to help me! What a scene. I am not sure who ...