- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our first official Intrepid tour starts today, which meant moving to better digs. We packed up and backpacked across town to a much fancier place with a plush lobby full of Russian business men looking down at us smeggy backpackers. Our room was ready so we checked in, but Mandy needed a wee lie down. Hours later, after a most excellent snooze, we finally began our touring. At 3 pm! It's tough being on holiday...
Found a chcoolate factory/museum ...
The Kremlin wall on the long West side of the square is a 20 meter tall red brick bore. Lenin’s tomb midway on that side is made of exquisite red-brown marble, but the design is mean, more like a transport container. Lenin, by the way, served as the model, but looks no less wax-like than Mao, confirming the suspicion that they are both more wax than cell. On the positive side, Lenin doesn’t look nearly as stern as his usual photos.
The other ...
... his time each day working out with dumbells. Get jacked Lev! In addition to pumping iron all day/everyday, the man was fluent in 15 languages!!!! I am struggling with just trying to understand 3!
This morning we took a trip to the far side of Moscow to go shopping at a giant flee market that was located in a former Soviet amusement park. It seemed like it was a level straight oout of Call of Duty. You could buy ...
... taste, I liked it...strangely enough. 7. Saunas. After a four day train journey, I felt so clean and relaxed after a sauna and being lightly beaten by birch branches in Siberia. It is surreal but less sadistic than it sounds. 8. Babushkas. Little old ladies with scarfs over their head and a massive bag filled with bits and bobs that they pick up from various markets hobbling around the city, undoubtably on their way ...
... style. The connecting bridge over the Volga offers great views of Peter the Great island statue on one side and back up the river to the Kremlin and beyond, on the other.
Moscow's roads radiate centrally from the Kremlin with outer roads connecting the streets- like a huge spiders web. The city has grown so much that a fifth ring road is being constructed. Marie took us walking along the second ring- the series of ...