- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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We arrived in Moscow having survived our first night on a Russian train. We were met by our honcho's sister who took us to our hostel and told us that we had to leave the hostel at ten for an excursion. She didn't know what the excursion was, just where she had to take us. As it about quarter to ten and we were all hungry, she was faced with a revolt from us, we all wanted breakfast first, so off for breakfast we went, to a canteen style place where it took me ages to decide ...
... be our home for the next few days. It was a really nice place. Compared to our horrid accomodations in St. Petersburg, it was a palace. It was not soon after we settled in that I received an email from my stepfather informing me that one of the family dogs, Mazie, was going to have to be euthanized. I was devastated. We had always been particularly close, Mazie and I. I was temporarily living with my mother and stepfather when they brought her home as a puppy nearly ...
... a bit nicer. The blue sky had finally returned and I decided to go enjoy the outdoors at Gorky Park. This is the most famous park in Moscow and I can see why. It is the nicest park I have ever been to in the world. It has everything! There were lots of people doing any kind of activity you can think of. They were biking, rollerblading, skateboarding, free running, playing hackey sack, guys playing with crystal balls ...
... housing all sorts of artefacts from per- Cromwell British silverware to Faberge eggs. Red Square was also spectacular, but more difficult to get the real impression as stages and seating from last week's concert / tattoo were still taking up much of the square and photo opportunities were a bit limited. Less so with Saint Basil's Cathedral - the iconic picture usually associated with Moscow, of the colourful "onion" domes. Once we had figured out the subway, we headed ...
... not a ticket, you have to take this documentation to Lenin Station where you will be issued with tickets. So we set off on the subway feeling this is additional wasted time we did not need & got out where we thought would be near to the station. The problem is that there are two stations close to each other & as you would guess we did not have the right one first up. After walking around in a haze a guard more friendly than ...