Izmailovo Beta Hotel
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... glass domed roof. Inside there is all the posh and high streets shops you can think of and eating facilities. No time for shopping though girls as I wouldn't be able to carry anymore in my rucksack anyway. Another coffee stop opportunity though......especially as I have at last been able to translate the Russian for cappuccino and latte thank god for that......Chinese next.
Putin & Lenin still guard the entrance to the square as we leave ...
... you why, but you should! You will not regret it. My friend Kristen helped me to understand the Russian Metro. It was quite an accomplishment since she has only studied for 6 weeks!
The weather here is just as unsteady as the water here. One minute it is sunny, the next it is a steady downpour. Also, it is really warm with no air conditioning. Looks like I'll be a few lbs lighter when I return to the Land of the Free. ...
... is roasting hot, so we enjoy sandwiches on benches next to the central fountain. We walk back along the river, past what may or may not be a Soviet-era spacecraft (!), then cross the river towards the gold-domed Cathedral of Christ Our Saviour. We head inside and gawp at the beautiful scenes on the dome and walls. We're told the original church was destroyed on Stalin's orders back in the ...
... day of the month which doesn’t give them a lot of days to protest but supposedly they can. This small square was a site where people would like to gather to protest. While it is legal and they can, 7 years ago a construction fence was put up around the square as so refurbishment was needed and some updating was needed for the square. However, in 7 years, there has never been one bit ...
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