Melodia Hotel Moscow
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... and more shops and people) after a tedious 5 hour journey on some on the worst conditioned roads I've been on. We stayed with Anya's 86 year old grandad. Sadly, within a few hours of my arrival he got sick and the doctors took him off to hospital where he was to be kept for two weeks for observation. We both hope he will be fine. The hospital was like a time warp. A crumbling building and incredibly old equipment as if still in Soviet times. In fact, ...
... only a few are working at the moment as the whole park is undergoing a huge renovation, replanting and spring clean. Would estimate that there are 50- 100 cleaners, painters, gardeners and plasterers working on it at the moment.
And of course - McDonalds on a prime site overlooking the gardens and opposite Red Square ! Gasping for a coffee ...
... More for bigger plots. We saw where Raisa Gorbachov and Nika Kruvschev among many other notables were buried. I've added a few pictures. We also visited The Church of Christ the Savior. It was built in the early 19th century. It took 30 yrs to build. It was built to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon. In 1931, Stalin blew it up. He had plans to build a huge moment to Lenin. When he found out what the cost was going to be he shelved the ...
... I'm going with this, this little jaunt was filling me with some trepidation cos I really find it hard to use an escalator going down for the most short journey but I didn't imagine for one minute that the Moscow underground system was going to be like a shopping trip with the girls round Debenhams. Ian was very much aware why my top lip started to sweat as we got closer to the top and the tunnel dropped away in front. But he's pretty good in ...
... before because they always had free apartments and free healthcare and today the older people have a very little pension and after working their entire life they really are very poor. The young people, of course, love it.
Today we had a tour of the Kremlin. We always thought it was simiar to the Pentagon. Kremlin means fortress with the majority of the area being outside and, unfortunately, it rained for the first time the entire trip. The ...
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