Izmailovo Beta Hotel
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... closing of the chair lift, along what we thought was a main path but soon found it turning into just another unlit dirt track that meant we had to use our phones to light our we. Eventually, we emerged back onto the river side foot/cycle/rollerblade path and ambled back to the metro station underneath the Luznikhi Bridge. On the way back to the hotel we hopped off at Red Square to get some shots of the sights by night, including St Basil's, GUM and the Kremlin.
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The magic has happened again! We made a lovely video! And in this one, we even have a guest star, from a whole other part of the world! And if that's not amazing enough, we're even showing real life magic being performed live! Find this gold nugget at the end of the video. See how my marketing talent is improving here? :p Anyway, most of the video is in Danish, but the ...
... and vodka drinking go well together. Apparently anything and vodka drinking goes well together. After lunch will be resting time and an opportunity to acquire a few Russian words to test on the staff this evening. Right now I'm off to reception to get registered which seems to be a national pastime. By the way, I can thoroughly recommend arriving in the early hours with only carry-on luggage. Customs took 25 ...
... Standard atop of the Senetskaya tower was flapping in the wind despite it being a calm evening. Spooky!!
We headed back South over the Moscow River where after a short 15-minute walk entered the Tretyakovskaya metro station. We identified which direction we need to head then passed the barrier. On approaching the top of the escalator down, Roisin stopped. Her face had turned ashen. The Moscow Metro is home to the world’s longest escalator, over 740 steps in ...
... a road now closed off to cars where we walked past various shops, catering to both tourists and the locals. Along the way we stopped for dinner at a favorite German restaurant of Tanya and Lev’s for some German cuisine and good beer. The meal was good and a nice end to a long day. After eating we located the nearest Metro station, boarded the first train, transferred, and then parted ways with Tanya and Lev once the station by our hotel was reached; ...