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- Concierge desk
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- TV Other Russia
- Room service
- TV NTV World Russia
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... he is not inside. Police, by the way, have caps of truly substantial size. The military tradition is obviously strong here. When we leave the Kremlin we get in touch with Olesya, and I am greatful for our Russian sim card, because the crowds are big and colorful. Yet not as colorful as our Olesya, who is fashionably dressed in bright yellow pants and a white shirt. A trrrue Rrrrussian woman! She takes by car through Moscow first to a large park. ...
It's been an exciting 4 days. The first day saw Margaret Chan at the opening. In her usual inimitable style she dished out a few more of her gems, this time involving foxes and chickens. Other than her appearance and the Russian Minister's conveying of Putin's apologies for not being there (now that would've been something!), the proceedings of the first day were quite excruciating...I wasn't the only one struggling to keep awake.
The reception on Monday evening at what ...
... are some really interesting looking graves but sore feet won the day and we left early and Maria walked us to the metro and we were big and brave and got the metro back to our hotel. The Metro was a lot bigger and cleaner than London, and had we been able to read the signs easily it would have been a doddle. Maria had given us such good instructions that it was actually very easy and we were. Soon home for yet another early ...
... walking before and things clicked into place; even finding a supermarket and getting some food. A much needed sleep soon followed and with our sleeping bag liners at the ready (which, I'm thankful for; the bed had a paper thin sheet but nice pillows) we had a good long one.
So, first full day in Moscow and it was rain all day! But, feeling refreshed we went out for a walk, found the river and followed it up to the Red Square and the Kremlin, shops ...
... why do we keep being surprised!! So it's walk around time again looking at the goobledegook signs, good job the rucksacks are not heavy and it's only a cool 28 degrees! Facilities appear to be very basic and yet again lots of construction going on which is not good as our train is not until 21.35.......oh joy! Eventually we spot a sign for our station......well not quite a station only a platform & kiosk, we're getting quite fond on these! Ian dumps me with the ...