Novotel Moscow Centre
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... the thick of it. Beautiful fountains, great architecture and queues of people waiting for tickets to The Armory, St Basils and The Kremlin greeted us when we exited the subway. The escalators in the subway are huge, long affairs. You feel like your descending into the bowels of the earth, and when you come off the train, and hop onto these long escalators, you can’t see daylight, just rows and rows of lights going up into the heavens. We loved the onion ...
... final day in Moscow in the Kremlin, St Basil's Cathedral and the Red Square. It was really exciting to go into the Kremlin because it is such an iconic place. As per usual, I didn't really know that much about the Kremlin and only really knew what it looked like and also that it was something to do with politics! I hadn't realised that as well as containing the Senate building, it also contains several cathedrals and many other historical buildings. After viewing all of ...
... the golden domed churches and pastel buildings surprised me. I guess I thought it would be a bit more gray and bleak. We had a tour of the Kremlin by a great guide who looked like a 70's art student(he's a PhD candidate in Heraldry really). Lots of walking and gems and Faberge eggs and icon painted churches. All very beautiful and in very cold weather. That is the amazing thing on this trip. We have only had about three days of being hot, when the ...
... dedicated to arms!
We headed out later that evening to find a bar in the old Arbatskaya area, determined to get a decent beer and a cold wine. We ended up listening to a Cuban band in an Irish bar in the capital of Russia, that makes you think! Down to Red Square again to see the night lights, and Mandy managed to take some awesome night shots of St Basil's while Steve protected Mandy from the cold.
... us to the nearest Metro Station. Just near this was a local restaurant where we decided to eat. The waiter spoke some English and was from Lithuania. The menus were in Russian so he mentioned pizza and pasta etc. We settled for a large Special Pizza to share and a nice bottle of red wine( or two). A very pleasant night! We were then only one stop away on the Metro so we managed that and had a pleasant stroll through the park to the hotel in the summer night.