Novotel Moscow Centre
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... thought it was funny that the bank didn't work. The next atm across the street worked just fine. There's an annoying woman in the hostel. The receptionist told me about her and asked if I wanted to change rooms. I was supposed to be in a 10 bedroom but I received an email that I was put into the 8, which at the time I thought "yay free upgrade." Now I'm wondering if it was all a rouse to get a $1.50 more out of me per night. Haha. Jp. I'm in a 6 bedroom which is nice. ...
... A Tallinn Flea Market (This is Darlene’s story.)
In Tallinn (see Travel Times 41), I found this wonderful Lucite box in a funky flea market and bought it for 5 Euros. The man in the booth thought the old photograph under the Lucite cover was a building in Moscow but he wasn’t sure. In St. Petersburg we asked our wonderful front desk ladies to find out which building it was ...
... one can conquer Russia, not Napoleon, not Hitler” And yes, “Putin could win in a fight against Obama.” My best to date was the same marine vs. marine guys, who, following the international coverage of mass shootings in the US, wanted to know if he visited the US, could he buy guns at gun shows to bring home? Just goes to show our currently popularity.
Anyway, this is a long write-up because ...
... some attitude, but gave the coins back. I later learned that Jess not having any more money was just an act, she was just limiting the damage. Smart girl. So all up it cost us $10 each to get the taxi, but I was still annoyed that we knew it was coming, took precautions, and still got ripped. A toasted chicken wrap and an apricot danish later, for just 200, and I felt a little better, but that damn taxi driver could buy 3 of those for a 10 minute drive, ублюд ...
... where the lineups were enormous with the Kremlin guard having one X-ray machine working. Very frustrating. Also challenging was, as members of the purple group we had to be chameleons as half us went in a yellow bus and the other half went with orange bus and then would regroup once we arrived at the Kremlin. I digress, we entered the Armoury with a tour guide and our headsets and discovered a wonderful museum. The exhibits were ...