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Travel Blogs from Moscow
... only thing free is the cheese in the mousetrap ( quote from our Moscow guide). . The Kremlin is actually a dozen or so churches! As well as Putin's office #whoknew . Gorky Park is a nice park . St. Petersburg is home of schoolies in June, home of gazillion interesting ( yep really interesting) churches, and the Hermitage is the second biggest art museum in the world - amazing! . The Moscow metro has 9 million trips per day! As far ...
... breath we jumped on the moving staircase for, I would guess, probably the last time!!
St Basil’s cathedral (you know, the iconic building with all the whirly coloured, different sized onion domes.) Ivan the Terrible?? Yes, that’s the one. St Basil’s is actually 9 churches in one. Inside was a myriad of small chambers, whilst some are empty, others contain artefacts from the 16th century; leftover masonry from the original ...
... exactly what to pull down/pull up/mugs to use/pull out ladder
to use/food to bring and eat (dried food, bread, eggs – and Chris
and Thomas' guys next door apparently vodka!). Most of the men and
women we had in our cabin though, were very closed and usually just
went to sleep, yet Chris and Thomas' guys who stayed in the journey
with us most of the way seemed much nicer. They thought me and Paul
were brother and sister! Which led to ...
The last three days have been mainly watching the Athletics which is really what we came for. The Games have been well organised and they should with a budget of $160million we were told. Being a VIP is quite an experience as we have our own seating area in the middle of the main straight, two dining rooms we can access and free beer, wine, vodka and soft drink. Most meals have been eaten at the track because of that.
... things were filled with meat was going too far. So I ended up pointing on things, hoping that I would like it. Lucky me, my choices were great! I still do not know what was what – Manti, which are similar to Ravioli, is all I know and remember. What an adventure!
Yesterday evening we explored Moscow's metro. We heard from so many of our hosts that the stations are incredibly beautiful. The first challenge was getting a ticket... Luckily there was another passenger ...