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... from the West, and more towards a pseudo isolationist/pro-Eastern bloc with China, the “Stans" of central Asia, and, ideally, Ukraine. The key event thus far, showing this anti-Western movement, is the forced annexation of the Crimean peninsula, a recognized region in the sovereign nation of Ukraine. A peninsula that also contains a strategic Russian naval base and recently voted a pro-Western leader into ...
... were moving at glacial speed. I thought, no way. Even if I got anywhere near the head of the queue before we had to leave I'm sure the ticket window people wouldn't speak English. There were some electronic kiosks along the wall, presumably for ticketing, but they were all in Cyrillic and my reading of Cyrillic had not progressed in three days much beyond toilet, gents and ladies. So, feeling defeated I returned to Cath who was waiting with our bags near ...
... cheaper than the other option which was Australian). We arrived in Moscow about 7pm to find it raining. It was a quick journey to the hotel and our suitcases were already waiting for us in our room. A lovely room with a queen size bed each . As it was after 8pm we went down to the lobby bar for a snack. Several others in our group had decided to do the same. The service was excellent and the food was very ...
... from the 12th C. and very large, 2235 meters of brick wall and towers surrounding 65 acres, the complex includes nine historic churches and palaces and several modern buildings including the Palace of the Congresses, a large meeting hall used for international conferences and Putin's office.
We toured the Assumption Cathedral, saw Ivan IV's, aka Ivan the Terrible, Bell Tower, and visited the Armory Chamber, a Museum of ...
... version travelling in a tunnel?
A friendly local girl responds to our questions in French. Up front then to the left is another billboard with the various long distance trains displayed. Looks like we were briefly puzzled by the short-distance trains that have an infrastructure separate from the Metro or the long-distance trains.
It only takes another 5 mins to get through the x-ray machine and to find the right carriage.
It was 13:05 when we queued at the ...