Marco Polo Presnja
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- Minbar in room
- TV Other Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV RTR Planeta Russia
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... known to have died in the war. Russia lost 27 million people over the course of the war. The ceiling is covered in LEDs at the end of pencil thin tubes representing tears of the people leading you down shallow, wide steps to a marble statue of a mother holding her dying soldier son in her arms. The statue is reminiscent of Da Vinci’s Pieta statue in Rome.
From that solemn part we walk to the outer rim to view ...
... Soviet life and depicting how people helped to build the Soviet Union. It was meant to lift the spirits and moral of the people. Repeated themes include: revolution, defence, home and everyday life, planes, sports, field work, friendship between Ukraine and Russia and also of course the leaders. Hobbies also play a major part such as skating, reading, theatre and dancing. Almost forgot, the famous chandeliers which somehow do not look out of place. Revolution Square has huge bronze ...
... onto a balcony. We spent quite a bit of time after dinner in the Sky Bar where excellent entertainment was provided each night by a pianist (Eduardo) and a singer (Sophia). All of the staff on board were excellent - at dinner we were served nearly every evening by Edison, Narsiso and Ludmilla who were all great. Most of the restaurant staff were from the Philippines and had left families back home for the summer months. Three or four ...
Yesterday river cruise on Moscow river lunch on board Fork lightening but frog content! Gorky park with fountain and sculpture park of Russian heroes Today contended with Rosa Kleb at ticket office for Kremlin entrance but got in eventually! Russians love 'control' Hopped into St Basil's then brill storm with happy wet ...
Well this morning we said goodbye to our ship and with Robyn and Kevin (fellow ship travellers who are doing the same as us) were delivered to the Marriott Aurora Hotel in preparation for the next part of our journey. The hotel is in a very posh part of town and after we had settled into our extremely large room (in comparison to the ship cabin) we went for a walk. This had two purposes - to see a little more of the city centre but also to ...