Mercure Arbat Moscow
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L'esmorzar serÓ a les 8:30h a l'hotel. A les 11:00h es realitzarÓ una visita al Museu Estatal d'Hist˛ria de Moscou, situat a la Plaša Roja. En el museu es podrÓ veure diversos exemplars de manuscrits de l'antic Imperi rus, diferents objectes que pertenien a dinasties russes d'aquella Ŕpoca,etc. El dinar serÓ al famˇs restaurant Banketnyy Povar, …
L' Arribada a l'Hotel Mercure Arbat a Moscou serÓ aproximadament a les 7:00h. El preu de l'hotel serÓ de 325€ que serien uns 20.323,97 RUB. En l'hotel nomÚs ens quedarem dos nits. L'esmorzar es realitzarÓ a les 8:30h a l'hotel. DesprÚs, a les 10:00h, es podrÓ fer un passeig per la famosa avinguda Tverskaya. ╔s una de les avingudes mÚs …
... pictures allowed in any of the churches in the Kremlin, but it wasn’t a problem in St. Basil’s. The atmosphere was also helped by an a cappella ensemble of four men called Doros. They were singing operatic church hymns, and while it wouldn’t typically be something I liked, it fit perfectly with the surroundings, so it was great.
By the time I’d finished up at St. Basil’s the weather ...
... plays an essential part in people's life. I bought a 10 rides ticket at the ticket office, first time feeling dizzy by the complication of the metro map. So many interchange stations, so many lines, and most key part was the Cyrillic alphabet. Even though the newly added English translation helped a bit, I found it so hard to get out the right station. I managed to do it at last, but I got lost in finding my host Erin's house. I ...
... areas of Russia cover an area 4 times the size of the Amazon Basin!).
As we stepped off the train on our arrival in Moscow, our first brainteaser was to decipher the Metro system- similar to the London Underground but far more complex, not least because the words were in Cyrillic! After what must have been 30 minutes of looking at maps, attempting to memorise symbols and watching trains go past in our continual indecision, we eventually decided to chance ...