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... of smokers - all participants at the convention - out in the cold, puffing away...the irony!
Sessions ended around 6PM for most of us. Lunch was provided but we were on our own for dinner. Tuesday night we ate at the WTC, stocked up on unhealthy snacks from the supermarket (also at WTC) and had an early night.
Wednesday and Thursday, we ventured out, risking life and limb to cross a 4 lane road to get to a row of restaurants near our hotel. Didn't venture ...
... they are always better (and quicker) to go on. Leaving St Petersburg also meant the start of our trans-siberian train journey (with stops) from Moscow to Beijing. Similar to our last destination, we had 4 days to view the sites and also similar to St Petersburg the city was going through a heat wave, meaning viewing the sites would be difficult and draining. Our first hurdle when arriving into Moscow, was to try and reach the hostel. Again we were having to do this ...
... we walked through a group of four male singers we're performing some traditional music. Their singing echoed right around the whole building and made our visit really special!
We then visited the Kremlin complex. Again, this was different to what I expected. The Kremlin is like a walled city. Once you get in (easier said than done!) there are lots of police and out of bounds areas. If you step over the wrong coloured line you ...
... and my pockets were full of random things i couldn't squeeze into the pack.
We cleared customs and boarded our flight with no problems and I tried to sleep for the 4 hour journey.
First challenge, getting from the airport to the city center where our hotel was. I was expecting this to be impossible as we cannot read Russian, but luckily for us, all the signs were in English and so were some of the ticket machines! So on the train to the center we ...
... A sense of adventure. We decided that the main thing missing so far was excitement, that real buzz and adrenaline hit, so we set out to find that in Moscow to kick start our trip. We searched all over the web, but again Cyrillic was proving to be a barrier. After lots of suggestions and trying to book things online, we gave up and I went to bed frustrated, more alienated than ever and more than a little concerned about the prospect of 6 months on the ...