Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel
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... though and tracked down the Consulates address for us and printed out the details for us. As we passed by our helpful coffee shop again we thought we would tell them what we had discovered in case others asked (as apparently had happened in the past) and they described a short cut for us to get there. I know, but as it turned out they were only a little bit off and we actually found it!
IT WAS SHUT!
A guy came out to our repeated bell button presses ...
After a lovely breakfast, we got started on the day. Our first stop was the Kremlin. We saw the outside of Putin's office, the Cathedral of the Dormition, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael. This also brought us to the quote of the day. "They whistle three times and then they shoot".
... fron the Chechnyn conflict and his name was.....Sergei ! Who'd a thunk. After explaining in Russian all about vodka and offering Digby a drink the latter politely declined and was eventually released from series vice like grip.
Your Russian history lesson is now over, (the writen exam for you when we get home will be multiple choice) ......we head to Croatia tomorrow.
... of our apartment firstly up an escalator that leads to a covered pedestrian bridge over the Moscow river, this leads through a very residential area to the first of many very wide Moscow roads. So far everything step has been up hill, the sun is well and truly up now so it's pretty hard going. In front of us at the top of the road is a large and typically Russian looking building that we later learn is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, these roads are so ...
... tour of the Kremlin, which to what I understand is the Government area :-S but anyway, it had pretty buildings in there, palaces and cathedrals so was nice to walk around. Only problem was, the starting point of the walking tour was not quite as obvious as our hostel guy had pointed out (again) so tried tagging along to numerous tours that ...