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... The cold is not too bad in short bursts when you can get inside and warm up. We went to The Red Square, Kremlin, Lenin moseluem and Gump department store. The city is surprising easy to get around and very modern. The people are nice but they do not smile and the do not like to line up, they just push ...
... or driving 4 deep in black luxury sedans and Land Rovers all over town. As for the government and business sectors, well those two are not all that separate it turns out. First off, Russia is the largest producer of natural gas, second largest in liquid gas, and 6th in coal production in the world. I've also talked some with journalist students from Germany studying media here, and from what they've learned, if you're not connected ...
... perimeter of one of the most famous Squares in the World, Red Square. This was named neither because of the bloodshed that has occurred in these parts over the years nor because of the redbrick Kremlin wall that imposingly shadows the Square. It certainly has no ties or links with Communism. This square was named when Communism was just another difficult word to spell in Russian!! The Word Red (Russian: Krasnaya) also means pretty or beautiful.
At one end of Red ...
... beds were surprisingly
comfy and the sleep was good (quite enjoyed being rocked to sleep)
with one problem; we couldn't open the window and it was HOT! Still,
once asleep we were fine only half waking up at the night stops.
The next morning the two russian guys had to changed to one
younger russian guy; Max. He spoke no english but was friendly enough
to attempt a game of squares with us and seemed to get into it very
quickly, beating me! ...
... feel that I'm sure the red square would have had otherwise... Oh well. We have learned that Europe is all about scaffolding.
After a quick breakfast stop of more pancakes (wish we had takeaway pancake places at home!) we were back to explore! Our first stop in Red Square was to see the embalmed body of Lenin in his mausoleum that is located on the edge of red square. It had very strict security and we had to be constantly moving forward but I have now ...