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... a bit of a letdown. While waiting for courses to be served, we all wrote our names and email addresses down then took a picture of it with our cell phones so everyone that wanted one had a copy. Greg will send an email out to everyone once he gets home to make it easier to add them to your contact list.
As we are all departing tomorrow, some very early, people head back to their rooms to prepare and get some sleep for the long day ...
... out. Then I saw the kiosk for the Armoury tickets and suggested to Michi that he go and join the long queue and I would join him after I had sorted out the Kremlin tickets. The couple in front of me asked for tickets for both the Kremlin and Armoury. The lady behind the kiosk, obviously used to this silly question, said in her best broken English, "no, there" and pointed to the Armoury ticket box; they really do not try at all. All further questions were ignored by the kiosk lady.
After such a late night, we struggled to get up at 6:45 to have an early breakfast in readiness for the Moscow walking tour. At 08:30 we met our guide Zena and walked through the park to the nearest Metro station. The train travelled very fast and after seven stops, we got off to admire the magnificent architecture - very different to the London underground ! We got back on the metro to Revolutionary Square where ...
... we were familiar with. Anyway the lady came over and we quickly established her English was as good as our Russian. Charades works in any language however, and we were soon pointed in the direction of a very small stock of very floral spray cans. We are both going to smell beautiful for the rest of the trip.
We had lunch in the courtyard of the hotel enjoying the beautiful weather - how lucky have we been? Tonight we have a ...
... for example the coffee house chains, including the Russian ones, are about twice the price of the UK even out of the major tourist areas. There are some self service cafeterias that are a more reasonable price but they tended to be unobtrusive, just a discreet doorway. Wine in most places in the main areas was very dear about £10/12 a glass for the cheapest, and meal prices were similarly priced.
Service tends to be leisurely, and it is practice ...