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not sure of.
we have beer, wine and champagne. Quite often we have many different types of
vodka. Mongolians finish a meal with vodka to help with digestion. Russians
have a shot, before, during and after a meal for the same reason. Plus on the
Russian train they gave us each a ...
First up we experienced similar problems with the road names we had had with the subway stations. We eventually tracked down the Mongolian embassy after a lot of walking and were allowed by the Russian guard to ring the gate bell. A guy came out and we showed him our Visa application trying to explain we knew we needed the consulate and could he give us directions. He tried but no communication so we asked him to write the address down, which he did. Now I ...
We arrived in Moscow at 7:15 am and enjoyed a nice breakfast. We then experienced a trucks bath in a Chinese restaurant in Russia. After this, we went to a Soviet Era park and students enjoyed taking pictures of the sights. We toured the immense Victory Park and then it was off to lunch. After ...
... the really creepy red light everywhere inside of the monument…definitely walked through that one fast. Red square and St Basils on the other hand were incredible. We toured around the inside of St Basil’s, which was somewhat comically designed for outside aesthetics instead of inside functionality…the church is basically a giant corn maze inside, consisting of eight separate churches.
From Red Square we headed to the Kremlin ...
... way we would want to return to Russia.
After a couple of days & some very sensitive treatment, we are feeling less fragile and more like our normal selves. It's back to holiday mode now & we started with some sightseeing in Budapest this afternoon.
No photos of Moscow!
Not sure of internet access over next fortnight, but i hope to be able to add more "holiday-type" entries.