Katerina City Hotel
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Well the train journey wasn't that bad.
I was travelling Kupe - 2nd class, which is 4 people to a compartment.
There was a young Australian lad in my compartment who was on a world tour and on his way home via Vladivostock and Japan.
He was having a nervous breakdown as he thought he was going to miss the train and had difficulty finding the train station and train.
I think he had also ...
... Chatting to me about how lucky we are with the weather. Blue skies and bright sunshine, last year she said it was deep snow and very cold up until the end of April. She has a Serbian partner so English is now her third language she kept apologising it was not needed as she was fantastic. The first sight of the Bolshoi was very special it was wonderful to see. One thing which took us all back was the size of the doors. Normal household size doors on a giant ...
... other side. Traffic from the airport was not bad. Having landed around 9 I was in the hotel room by 10 PM. I was just delighted to find that after painstakingly packing my suitcase carefully in Bucharest, the fine folks at the Bucharest airport had taken it upon themselves to rummage through my bag and put everything back in a different, and haphazard place. No, I wasn't trying to protect that ceramic plate. By all means, please put that on ...
Weather: Showers and brisk.
DOBRY DEN. KAK DELA?
After an early breakfast, we were off on our Moscow Up Close tour. We walked to the local metro station with our 2 guides then caught a train with the commuters. We alighted after 5 stops to admire the beautiful marble lined station with ceramic reliefs of sporting heroes. We changed lines to look at another station, Stalin's favourite. Bronze statues on both ...
As with most food shows, ProdExpo offered many unique and different things, unfortunately not much in the line of all natural. The Russian are just not there yet. Did see something incredible though; canned horse meat. After walking for a Long time covering food pavilions, we suggested we go to the spirits Pavillion. Our hosts, John, and Aaron, distribute mostly private brand wines and liquor so Steve and I insisted they ...