Melodia Hotel Moscow
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St.Petersburg's Moscow train station. 10 o'clock in the evening. Packed with people. About 30C (about 100 F). Semi dark. Hundreds of passengers with tons of luggage. Nothing but Russian. Still two hours of waiting left before departure.
I sit on the ground, as there are no chairs left, and in front of me, the legs keep moving while the speakers keep announcing arrival and departure times and platform numbers.
Sorry for blog silence. We arrived in St Petersburg last Sunday, and in Moscow on Thursday. St Petersburg felt huge. And at 3x the entire population of Estonia, it is. Coupled with the change of language, it felt quite overwhelming to start with. I have taught myself Cyrillic, but I need about a second per syllable, so it is slow going. And, of course, just turning a word into English letters ...
... was a double bed with a ladder leading up! It was pretty high up and the climb was a bit scary but it was actually quite comfy! The rest of the hostel had much the same space saving theme.....knees touching the toilet door whilst seated, elbows demolishing everything in the bathroom whilst trying to wash your hair, washing dishes in the sink next to the toilet...that sort of thing :) Nigel has covered the first couple of days so I will talk about the 3rd day. We ...
Our ride was much warmer today, very little rain, it was however very busy, 7-8 lanes coming into and going out of a Moscow, but my boy managed, well done
Staying in a lovely hostel right in the middle of Moscow, very friendly, having a great time ...
... a bit intimidating.
I found the Hard Rock Café and enjoyed another good meal, but with a different Russian beer. I didn’t really enjoy the beer, but the chicken fajitas were awesome. I also chatted with the hostess, Molly, for a while and she does the same thing I do. Every city she is in that has a HRC, she visits it. It was pretty cool to meet someone else who has the same strange habit that I do.
I hung around at HRC until ...
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