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... replica of the man, and I must say if it isn't, he is awfully well preserved, his colour is good, and he looks as if he's just sleeping. Our afternoon visit to the History museum gave us another taste of Soviet administration. We bought tickets at 3pm knowing the museum was open until 8pm, at 4pm there was an announcement in Russian and soon afterwards most staff seemed to leave the building. I said to Ron that I was sure it wasn't ...
... amp; off we went at 1.30 on the dot. The ride was good but the countryside palled as we passed through endless forests with occasional lakes & towns.
Arriving at 6.00, again on time, we were met & our driver spent the next 70 mins taking us, very skilfully, to our hotel near the Kremlin, through jam after jam. The hotel is fine & we had an expensive but excellent meal before retiring.
Friday 20th ...
... So had interesting opinions on the current political situation. She has been fantastic at communicating throughout the whole planning process. So tickets in hand we have a whole day to explore the city.... The hostel is based in an old apartment block off one if the main roads leading up to the Kremlin. We walked out on to the road, down the hill and left on to a pedestrian road lined with eateries and a theatre. We went into a small coffee shop where between ...
... the queue was just to pass through security. We arrived at our seats at 14:20 but the curtain had not risen yet as there were still people coming in behind us.
The Kremlin State Palace is not so much a Palace but more of a concrete and glass box. It was built in 1961 commissioned by the then Soviet Premier Khrushchev as a congress hall for Party Conferences. As there was only 1 political party in the Soviet Union at the time, there was no problem with booking the palace ...
The train from SPB to Moscow was safe for me. Nice people in the cabinet, tight sleep (because I drank some wine during the train), and fast running travelling time. I arrived Moscow in the early morning, with a good mood. One tip in the train station: toilet is free if you hold the valid train ticket. Luckily I saw someone show her ticket to the lady "guarding" the toilet, otherwise I needed to pay 25 RU for it.