Mercure Arbat Moscow
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... by which stage we were absolutely exhausted. It was quite surreal walking along the deserted dimly lit station to get back onto the train with music blaring over the crackling loudspeakers and customs officials and police standing watching over things. Ulaan Baatar, situated along the Tuul River, has the feel of being stuck in a time warp. As you arrive through green rolling hills, one catches a glimpse of the brightly coloured roofs of little houses ...
... Stalin, Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, many of the Russian and Soviet Premiers such as Leonid Brezhnev, Yuri Andropov. There are even foreigners such as the communist activist and political journalist John Reed best remember for his first hand account of the Bolshevik revolution – ‘Ten days that Shook the World’
I read that there is no filming or bags allowed in the mausoleum. Bags and cameras should be left at the Kutayfa ...
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Luckily our airport pick up wasn't until 1:00 the next day. I couldn't have been pulled out of bed much sooner than that. We travelled the 1 hour to the airport, and once there looked at the screens to find our flight. It wasn't listed of course because we were in the wrong airport. Fab! And guess what, the other airport is apparently an hour ...
While I think the Kremlin and Red Square are the first things that come to mind when one thinks of Moscow, there is much more. Here are some of the other things we did, some of my favorite things.
There was the Tretyakov Gallery, an art museum that rivals the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg. It was a good visit, in part because in my culture class we had just finished the art unit, so it was fun to run ...
... Moscow rather than the official title - Cathedral of Christ the Saviour), we catch the metro back into town for a coffee break and to use wifi to suss out the best metro stations we could visit (Stalin had metro artists and architects ensure they were grandiose – partially for propaganda message reasons and also so the people had their ‘own’ palaces – oh I guess that is propaganda too…) so we went on our own metro tour to see ...