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My first day of boarding a massive ship set sail for Russia! We are docked now and slightly strange to be on a floating hotel but my balcony is amazing! There seems to be many "blue hairs" but also quite a gathering of young people too! I'm sure I will know everyone by the end of the ...
... to rest our weary dogs and have a quiet beverage. This Irish Bar was smoky, stuffy, expensive, almost every tap beer not working and filled with surly staff. We need a better guide book!
Home for some domestics before dinner. Put the washing on at 8pm. At 1030 we were still waiting for dry clothes and some dinner! Still, a bad day in Moscow is better than a good day in Sydney!
... so we hopped on the metro and purchased tickets for $10 each at the stadium box office. The venue only held a crowd of 5,500, so every seat in the house is a good one. CSKA Moscow was playing a team from Riga, Latvia, and from my untrained eye, it seemed to lack the intensity of an NHL game. A couple boys from Canada played on both teams, as well as some former NHL players, such as Viktor Kozlov, former Calgary Flame Oleg "Streakin'" Saprykin, and Sandis ...
... climbing on one another and balancing on different steps and balls. This was somewhat tainted by the feeling that elephants shouldn't be spinning on balls and the fact that the acts were so very long but still very impressive. However being at the circus was amazing within itself – eating fairy floss and being in the big top was too exciting!
After dinner we strolled down to Red Square to take in the goodness of the evening and it was pretty special. ...
... stroll. We entered GUM, a luxury shopping mall and felt like we had entered a storybook. Free ice cream was being handed out, balloons filled the atriums, and the glass ceiling supported by granite, marble, and limestone was breathtaking.
To end the night we grabbed burgers, beers, and vodka shots that tasted like rubbing alcohol, when in Moscow! Our confidence in navigational abilities was shook on the way home, and we were forced to give up and hop in a ...