Marco Polo Presnja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 160;The next morning Dmitriy met me at my hostel and we went to an AquaPark on the other side of town. Loads of fun, some wicked slides, albeit painful ones, and there's something surreal about swimming around with snow and ice outside the window. That evening Dim and I parted ways and I was invited out by the girl from the hostel (easy) to meet her friends for drinks. I had already polished off a bottle of wine before leaving the hostel, and for anyone who knows me well, ...
... clean, the seats were modern and well-maintained. There were drop-down video screens that provided safety information in Russian and English. Each public address announcement in English began with "Dear passengers..."
Once we were going, they showed an interesting documentary with English subtitles about a trans-Russia rail line whose construction was ordered by Stalin, but never completed because of the complexities presented ...
... Video showing the destruction of Christ the Saviour Cathedral in Moscow:
Anyway, Did I mention it's expensive here? (I'm talking a $10 cup of coffee at one place). I had to figure out a few things about this riddle of a city: How does it function? Who and where are the lower and middle classes? How did it become the most expensive city in Europe having had a total ...
... is hot and sunny here with no sign of rain...aren't we lucky!
Being the national holiday we went local to see the Space Museum. Brilliant... If you like space stuff, and we do. We are children of the space age and many of its key achievements marked the times of our lives. Brilliant sunshine, surrounded by happy people, time well spent.
Our taxi arrived a bit early so we are finishing this entry at the station waiting for our train to Yerkaterinburg. Just another two hours to ...
... to head for a station called Kitay Gorod. This involved changing lines. All directions are in the Cyrillic font but as Roisin is quickly learning the pronunciation, my job is easy. I just followed her!!
Kitay Gorod means China Town. However, there are no Chinese restaurants within miles of this neighbourhood. There are 2 schools of thought as to how the area got its name. Firstly in the 16th century, the outer fortress ran through this part of the city and ...