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... outro pegou fogo. Mal sinal, hein? =P
Compramos uma lembranças numas barracas que tinham lá e seguimos para ver mais de perto o Seven Sisters. O prédio é muito grande, muito legal mesmo. Hoje cada "irmã" ganhou um destino: hotel, sede de um órgão público, residência, prédio da Universidade de Moscow, etc.
Cansados, fomos para a estação de metrô da Universidade de Moscow e seguimos para perto da Red Square e nosso hostel ...
... Grand Marriot) to settle in for the night. Moscow has a population of around 14 million.
Saturday 18 August 2012 was a slightly slower start than we had been having for the other mornings, getting up around 6:45am and commencing our first tour of the magnificent underground railway system at 9am. You may say what is "magnificent" about an underground Moscow Metro railway system? Well, until you have visited this one, I can understand this point of ...
... restaurant car for some surprisingly cheap beers, Basically from there it was a similar routine each day. Wake up, try to have a decent wash in the sink in the toilets, charge my phone up for a couple of hours in the corridor (no power points in the cabins) and look out of the window at the scenery, have some food, read Game of Thrones on my Kindle app on my phone, then have some more food, and go down to the restaurant car for a beer or two....
... back on the Tube Heathrow bound.
Woke up super early to get to the Heathrow Hoppa back to Terminal One, as we walked out the hotel revolving doors we saw the shuttle bus pulling away. Great, 20 minute wait til the next one. When we checked in we were asked if we wanted exit aisle seats, when does that ever happen. Boom! Yes yes we do. Very pleased to see that my bag is only 21kg! Had our last proper breakfast for a long time and ...
... and this encourages all non-Russian travellers at least to learn and master a few letters of Cyrillic, to make your life in the station easier.
My first two hours in Moscow were spent on the train and Metro, complete with my heavy backpack, going around in circles from south to north on the train and metro, that was absolute Soviet experience and quite fun though.
The whole system works with more than 300 stations and still rapidly expanding every year. ...
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility