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... like the time she asked a delegate for his comments and he had to ask her to repeat what was said as he was "discussing Article 19 with his team" (Art.19 was the next item on the agenda) - to which she said "I'm very happy to hear you're preparing for the discussion on Art.19, always good to be well prepared."
Things moved along quite smoothly, with several decisions being accepted over the past 4 days, and with no need for evening/night sessions.
I managed to take ...
... hard to be a tourist here. People have been very unwilling to help us in any way (be it to buy tickets, find toilets etc....) and we feel like we have always been getting ripped off and given bad deals! Tourist information is fairly hard to come by unless you want to pay a foreign tourist operator to guide you around the city which is very expensive!
We spent the whole day today exploring Red Square and the Kremlin. St ...
... into Entrance 1 to look for our train on the departure boards. The station was very busy and hard to navigate but we saw a board on a platform outside the hot station, so we went out to it in the hope that it would have our train on it. It didn't. But it did have earlier trains going out in the same direction, so we guessed that as we were early, we might see our train on the board later, so we went out and tried to find some ...
... shopping time and luckily Kathryn is already finished as prices here are much more expensive. There seems to be a lot more wealth here. You can tell it from how people dress on the street. After supper we took another bus ride downtown to visit Moscow after dark. The Russians light up their buildings. It was beautiful. Lots of pictures. Traffic both ...
... well organised, well put it this way it's not like queuing for your tickets to the Magic Kingdom. Queuing for a bout 1.30 hrs with Ian deciding to join another queue 30 mins ago, he beats meet to it and I push through to join him only to see him come back out of one of the tiny kiosks absolutely fuming. They would not sell us a tickets for the Armoury until 3.45, it's now 14.00. Where does it say that we can only read the price of the ...