Katerina Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and we find a lovely lunch place and enjoy a 'light' lunch and complete change to the boat fare. Prue and I get a hour to shop and manage to buy a shirt each and the boys have a beer at the four seasons. The shop prices are much as they are in NZ but the variety of clothing, shoes, furniture,bags etc is soooo great. Lovely time. Off to the metro station John has worked it out with Anastasia and we find the green line and head off. Theres lots of people riding ...
... carriage looked to be from another era, inside it was carpeted, curtained, clean, with linen tablecloth and snacks already provided on the table. At 16:53 train number 16 pulled out of the station heading for Yekaterinburg via Kazan so smoothly and silently we did not at first realize we were off - on our great adventure! The first visitor to our compartment was an official someone or other asking if we wanted to buy lottery tickets. ...
... neither. Since it's located immediately adjacent to Red Square, we easily navigated the Metro to get there. That ease was quickly squashed upon arriving and trying to buy a ticket to go inside. We were directed and redirected to various spots by unfriendly (bordering on angry) staff about a half dozen times before finally finding the poorly marked ticket office ourselves. Once inside, we walked passed a very official-looking, gray building. Compared to yesterday at ...
... our tickets, he said something in Russian that we didn't understand - but his hand signals may possibly have indicated "not yet". We put our stuff down on a free seat next to an old lady whose sleeping was only interrupted by an occasional terrible cough, and waited. While we were waiting, another police officer wandered over, looking at us, and got his baton out. I was starting to freak out a little bit, but then us used the baton to prod the old lady awake. They had a short conversation ...
... into the city center and went to a restaurant called Canteen 57 in the Gum Mall. This restaurant had been recommended by Elena yesterday as a traditional Russian place, at a reasonable price. It turned out to be like a cafeteria. I got my tray, went through the line, and picked up some chicken Kiev (which I guess is almost Russian now), mashed potatoes, and some cranberry juice. I’m not sure how ...