Moscow Country Club
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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Went to the Gym for 25 mins then enjoyed another nice full breakfast. We walked through a square where there were brass pictures of Moscow farm animals embossed on the ground & people were throwing money over their shoulder -? for luck An old fellow was collecting the money as fast as people threw it & walked away. Arthur said, pick one of those coins up & stand over ...
... to come back alive. After a lovely lunch we headed for Kolomenskoye where we saw a replica of the wooden palace of Tsar Alexei I which is where Peter the Great spent a lot of his youth. Unfortunately heat and a lack of transport, possibly due to the three weddings happening there, encouraged us to give in and head home rather than walk a mile or two to see the other wooden buildings and palaces there. After another metro trip home we said goodbye to our super ...
... humour of the tour guide. After the tour, we went to the lunch place that the guide had suggested which was decorated in all traditional Russian decor with the waiters and waitresses dressed up and Russian folk music played in the background. We were given menus in English so no need for Word Lens and we both ordered pancake type meals which were cheap and yummy. After lunch we walked to the supermarket and got some snacks for the plane and then went in search of ...
... jam and the usual cheese and sliced meat. Sustained we joined the crush in the metro and managed to find the Kremlin!The Kremlin is really nice, not that we asked to see the KGB interrogation centre in the cellars for balance, but the bits we saw were interesting, easily accessed and, for the most part clearly annotated, largely in Russian. The armouries were fabulous with more than arms and armour. There are a great many works of gold and silver tableware, trophies ...
... Standing just outside the fortress walls of the Kremlin looking across the square to St. Basil's Cathedral knowing that this square has been the flashpoint for major historical events for thousands of years.
After exploring Red Square and taking a picture in front of Lenin's Tomb (which was not open) we exited the square and walked along the Kremlin wall, passing the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and checking out ...