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... and the clothes we hand washed in the room dried really quickly.
Moscow is a city that has and is going through a lot of change. Long gone are the Soviet era shortages. It's all here baby and I mean ALL - everything from MacDonalds to Gucci to Ferrari. Moscow has more billionaires than anywhere else in the world (according to our Lonely Planet guide). Isn't freedom great.
Our hotel was very close to the major tourist sites which ...
... from Cambridge! Doing her course on Russian music in my second year is really what sparked my interest in the music from this part of the world. In my third year I then decided to write my dissertation focussing on Russian music and the same professor, Marina Frolova-Walker, supervised my dissertation. Our visit to Moscow and soon to St Petersburg, were organised around trips to major musical institutions, the Bolshoi Theatre (to ...
We took a direct flight from St. Petersburg to Moscow with S7 Airlines, which took only an hour. I had never heard of S7 before, but it was quite nice. We were unaware that there was a new express train from St. Petersburg to Moscow that takes less than four hours, which we probably would have opted for had we known, as both stations were located in the city centres, which would have shortened the travel time to and from our apartments.
Arriving at noon, ...
... never wanted to go hungry again).
After the metro, we went to the Christ the Savior Cathedral, the largest orthodox Christian church in the world. It's gold domes are a key part of the Moscow skyline. Inside the church was more stately and less ornate than the churches in St Petersburg, but just as lovely. The church sits along the Moscow River. Across and further along the river is a huge statue of Peter the Great (320 feet tall), standing on top of several ...
... decided to walk this morning. It looked possible, it might set me up for a run a similar way and I might get breakfast on the way. Other than picking up a small blister, 1 and 3 worked out fine, and 2 will look after itself if I can find time. Going to have to make an early start tomorrow. Maybe. Walking in I was on the wrong side of the stadium, so I headed in the right direction and found the warm up area in my way. No barrier, and I spotted plenty of ...