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... towards dogs than cats. But, every once in a while, a furry feline will cross my path that sways that sentiment. Felix was one of those. He belonged to the people travelling in the berth next door and made his first appearance running down the aisle chasing a piece of string. It wasn't long before formal introductions commenced by way of Felix hopping up on my bed as I lay reading. The owner apologetically retrieved him, but he was back again just a few minutes ...
... for a few years. We also met a nice young Russian woman in the berth adjacent to ours, we talked with her until it was time to sleep. Unfortunately we were unable to say goodbye as her destination was reached very early while the train was sleeping.
Sweltering hot night on the train. When booking these tickets Jamie choose a lower and upper adjacent to the door leading to the next car and the bathroom ...
... for the rest of the journey to drink our owns drinks from.
Once settled, and the train moving we went for an explore. A
timetable of stops was in the corridor useful to see where longer
stops were so you could get off for fresh air and stretch of the
legs. The toilets at the end of the cabin were also much better then
we thought. Clean with air freshener, soap and toilet roll –
replenished once a day or so. The restaurant cart looked ...
A hot day dawned. I was up early, but not too early. It was only when Katherine was talking about fitting-breakfast-in worries before athletics that I realised why I had it in mind that we'd have a very early start. When I looked at the timetable I was in Britain, and it gave British timings; but since then, Brussels, Helsinki and St Petersburg have all stolen an hour. 6:xx starts become 9:xx, much more acceptable. Despite having a borrowed metro pass in my ...
... stopping when he ordered me too. Then on to see Swan lake at the Russian National Ballet. I really enjoyed it, Hamish not so much, he thinks it may be geared towards women & men who prefer men as the tights were a tad revealing! We also tried the Kremlin on Thursday, the only day it was shut! My opinion is 2/3 days is long enough in Moscow, its a strange place where you queue for everything plus space is so scarce that cars ...