Lotte Hotel Moscow
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... a plane home to 'Chukchi’ which is north of Vladivostok with a clear view of Alaska and Sarah Palin apparently!
Came the time to settle in to sleep the young lady seemed to think that my insistence that myself and the young guy left the cabin while the ladies sorted themselves out to be very funny indeed!
When we returned to our cabin with myself on a top bunk looking down ...
... was dinner time. This time I thought I try some Russian food! I had borsch for starter and a beef stroganoff for mains. The borsch comes with a massive dollop of sour cream, I wasn't sure if you were supposed to put the sour cream in the borsch but tried the borsch with and without the sour cream and it definitely tastes between with - so it all went in! The beef stroganoff came on a bed of mash potatoes. I can't say I've had a beef stroganoff too often ...
... would have the same effect when said!) Although the Kremlin is a mighty size Red Square is a little of a disappointment as it runs down the shorter side of the Kremlin, I was expecting something much bigger but it was hard to get the full feel of the place as they had a lot of it closed off with barriers whilst erecting a stage of some sorts for some upcoming event. At the far end of Red Square sits the famous Pokrovsky Cathederal, better known as Saint Basil's Cathedral. It ...
... guards at the tomb of the unknown soldier and watched them do their "funny" march.
In the morning we visited the space museum which had all their past space shuttles and sputniks featured. We got to personally talk to a Cosmonaut who walked in outer space in 1987 - that was a highlight getting to ask him questions.
Went to ...
... outside and into the walls of the Kremlin. For those like me that did not know; a"kremlin" is a fortress with tall walls surrounding a community of churches etc. There are many kremlins in Russia but the one we all think of is the Kremlin in Moscow. When walking in it you are simply awestruck with the architecture. The buildings are magnificent. We did enter one church, but photography was forbidden. The inside from the walls to ...