Katerina City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of Domedovo Airport. So she purchased a ticket and we said out goodbyes and off she went. Now me! I headed to the metro and got off to catch the Airport Train to Shermetyo Airport. Nice and easy and off I went. My flight leaves at 7.45pm but if I do not go now I'll spend money. Airport is busy, Terminal F, and being on Air China it's even busier. After some late lunch at TGIF I am ...
... jam and the usual cheese and sliced meat. Sustained we joined the crush in the metro and managed to find the Kremlin!The Kremlin is really nice, not that we asked to see the KGB interrogation centre in the cellars for balance, but the bits we saw were interesting, easily accessed and, for the most part clearly annotated, largely in Russian. The armouries were fabulous with more than arms and armour. There are a great many works of gold and silver tableware, trophies ...
We arrived into Moscow in the morning. Again our honcho picked us up and loaded us onto a bus though the hostel we were staying wasn't too far away.
It was a bit of a rainy start to Moscow. We checked out the Kremlin, Red Square and St Basils Cathedral in the morning before having a decent burger in an Irish pub for lunch. I didn't have many expectations for the Kremlin but all we ...
... mosaics. Really nice places to be. Then we had some free time to wander around. So we went inside St Basil's Church (because we didn't have enough time for it the day before) and I went to get some noodles for lunch. Great hangover food. In the afternoon we had a tour of the armoury. Annoyingly, with my hangover, my attention span was pretty limited. But it was interesting. Then I went to pick up a bubushka (or sometimes called matrishka) doll and some postcards before dinner. So ...
... was shocked when I told her that no bars in the US have fish hanging all over. Maria said it was good and convinced me to buy one. When we got home she showed me how to eat it.
The next day I really wanted to check out the Vodka Museum which is again located off the beaten tourist path in a replica of the Kremlin from back in the old days. There are a couple of museums there, a giant flee ...