Mamaison All-Suites Spa Hotel Pokrovka Moscow
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... obligatory muscovite Mercedes and designer handbag combo. Additional hostel advantages included the lady who brought us breakfast in bed each morning and the bed that was impossible to fall out of, since it reached the bedroom walls on either side - testament to a small room, not a large bed... Moscow was mostly beautifully sunny and one of the most enjoyable parts was walking around the streets- when this got too cold, the metro, heated ...
... ear plugs.
I found them and it certainly did the trick.
Must have been asleep within 5 minutes.
Anyway, I was up and out by 10am.
I had a walk past the Bolshoi Theatre and then headed to the tomb of the unknown soldier just in time to see the changing of the guard (which happens every hour).
It was really old style communism as when the guard's walk, their outstretched legs kick high above their knees.
Then I had ...
The Kremlin Armory is a separate admission ticket but amazing and worth it. The Armory is a huge building originated as the royal arsenal in 1508. Until the transfer of the court to St ...
... is used as a pocket. The horses are never petted and, when at the ger, are tethered to something that looks like a clothesline. The mares are milked to make a fermented daily drink called airag, which Andy enjoyed, but which was far too sour for me. When tethered the horses shake their heads continually as they are plagued by horse flies and “miggies”. The Mongolian farmer runs all his stock together in one herd – ...