Katerina Park Hotel
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... noises and smells that that entailed). While looking for a place to stay in Moscow I stumbled across a capsule-built-for-two complex that we just had to try. The timing could have been better- we had just come off a 7 day adventure in a tiny train cabin so the novelty of sliding into torpedo-sized sleeping berths wasn't as fun as it might have been otherwise. We did seem to have the entire complex to ourselves because apparently numerous tourists ...
... grammar is different between Russian and English language but you do expect addresses to be international. Not so, we spent another couple of hours tracking down what we thought was a street name, which seemed to match up with the location shown in the ‘Lonely Planet’ guide, but in fact it was a suburb.
To cut a long story short we obtained help from passers-by, a girl in a coffee shop who spoke English etc. before discovering that the address ...
... and hadn't been sick but walking along while it was snowing was really reminiscent of home. Nobody gave me a second look, which maybe I'll miss in a few months but for now it's just nice to be normal. Russian men were spot on with movie villains and I did feel on edge, but by their actions I had no reason to be. Very friendly from my little experience. Russian women are amazing looking. The average height must be 6'2". With a visa costing $250 though, ...
... more gothic, fatter and less tall empire state building. There are eight Stalin spires around Moscow, and we were staying about 500 meters away from one; Lavrov's current office. Monday night we went out to celebrate the 23rd birthday of one of the girl’s on the program at the Hard Rock Café Moscow, quenching a long deprived taste of America we have been missing for the past 2 months. Moscow however, is the most expensive city in the ...
... and the oldest piece in the collection, a helmet worn by Yaroslav (a 13th Century Prince and warrior) in battle. The collection was overwhelming, each piece representing a key moment in Russian history. It was well edited and my favorite museum that we've seen so far- because there was no fluff. Imagine if the Smithsonian and all the New York Museums were required to pick the top of the top pieces of American History and to limit the pieces to fit no ...