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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Concierge desk
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Our train arrived in Moscow at 9am. We were all a bit bleary eyed! A few of us had decided to find the dining car when we got on the train for a night cap so we didnt get to bed til 2am and even then I dont think I really slept!
We met our Moscow guide Zoya at the station and the first stop was breakfast - and coffee! After that was a tour of the city first stop Red Square, the Kremlin and St Basils Cathedral. We did a walk through St ...
... an outdoor ice rink with a professional performance of a Russian fairytale being performed, free to the public.
On Wednesday morning we dropped by to see Lenin's mausoleum, with winter there were no queues, so we were in and out in about 10 minutes whereas I believe the wait can be hours in summer. Rumour has it that this is only ...
... like a confused spirit luckily lunch was on its way!
After a Lunch and a thirty minute nap I felt like my old self again and we were ready to head out the door. So far Moscow is wonderful we walked through beautiful forest trails until we came to Victory Park (Park Pobedy). The day evening was beautiful and cool with families and friends out rollerbladding, bike riding or strolling along ...
... then into the Kremlin. Again, not what you expect. It covers 70acres, has the biggest concert hall in Russia as well as The Russian President's Official Residence, 5 churches, 4 palaces, barracks for the Kremlin guard and the Armoury which is an enormous museum holding what seemed like acres of items owned by former Tsars and Russian leaders. Altogether we spent nearly 4 hours merely scratching the surface of this amazing place before we ...
... streets near the hotel and noticed some very colourful Disneyland (as in fairytale castle etc) type buildings which we dutifully inspected. It turns out that these are museums of various sorts (including a vodka museum and tasting) interspersed with a marriage facility (very popular too) and the whole complex was an ideal setting for wedding photos. We saw four wedding groups in the hour or so we were there. ...