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- Swimming pool
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... Air China. We also received a snack and drink on our flight and the staff were amazing. We arrived on time and safely. So not sure what people are complaining about! We took the Airport train to the city and jumped on the metro and after a wrong station and a little walk, we arrived at the Swissotel!!!! 5 star luxury and we walk in looking like cheap, dirty backpackers- which we are lol. Checked in and went to ...
... evening meal then hopefully sleep till morning. Now Wednesday 20th but I am writing about yesterday evening. We went up to the 10th floor terrace for dinner. We had a lovely sunny spot with views of the Kremlin/ Red Square & could see some of the coloured onion top buildings. We had a beautiful meal. I had duck (Arthur had the Bass) with asparagus (al-dente) grilled whole tomato & pomegranate sauce. Dessert we shared a plate ...
... day at the train station buying tickets to Vladimir, as we are still unable to purchase Online. Afterwards, as planned, we hit the Kremlin and spent about 3-4 hours there. It is the capital of Russian and was the capital of the Soviet Union, as well as the former capital of Russian prior to Peter the Great. Kremlin means fortress in Russian and I suppose this fortress is the greatest in all of Russia. There are way too many old cathedrals within the Kremlin walls, ...
... people crossing. Sirens everywhere heralded convoys of military on their way to the May Day celebrations ...just a bit early but on the television news we see that they are on rehearsal, if that's the expression, marching through Red Square tonight.We walked on and came across the All-Russia Exhibition Centre just full of people walking, riding bikes, on skates or sitting watching the world go by. It was also full of buildings celebrating Russian socialist activities; ...
... by the American Jewish community in its history. In the 1920’s we fed 600,000 Jews who were starving in the great famine of the Ukraine. In the 1940’s we operated the Displaced Persons camps in Europe that housed over 400,000 surviving victims of Nazi persecution. Through 20013, more than 300,000 elderly from the FSU have been fed and cared for by the American Jewish community through the work of JDC.
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