Radisson Blu Belorusskaya Hotel
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... It was pretty gross. It looked like a dark ale, and tasted a bit like beer, but with no alcohol.
We got a really nice day where it was sunny, but not too hot, just comfortable. After the tour finished I walked around the city for a bit, got a bite to eat in a massive food court and then came back to the hotel to rest my legs. With all the walking I’m doing every day, I’m noticing that my knees are getting swelled up.
... all small crypt type rooms each a different church all really brightly painted like the exterior, Ian thinks it looks like 60's acid trip!!!
A few photos later...........we walk past a very sexy black triumph motor bike with a silver Bentley backdrop parked on the corner and go into the GUM shopping mall that now occupies the palace looking buildings. OMG! what a place.........3 separate 4 story parallel halls linked by bridges and each enclosed in its ...
After more drinks than were planned, and far less sleep, we ran through Gatwick to what must have been the furthest gate from security with minutes to spare - we were the last to board, but made it to Moscow
Moscow was always going to be an R&R stop to recover from a crazy few months, to actually see one another properly and to prepare for this small trip we are embarking on.
All in all Moscow is not the most exciting ...
... lengthwise buildings. For lunch we went to a wonderful Russian "Gallery of Artists" restaurant with a sculpture museum called Apple Hall. We had a tour of the art and it turned out that the artist actually stopped by for lunch. He's now about 80 years old but his art and his sculpture was a history of Russia and truly amazing. We are staying at the Kempinski Hotel across the river less ...
... system. (just go to that website and type in my name and you see why) Around 12 noon all was done and could I leave for the city centre.
After working out the metro connection and writing those down I first headed for the Red Square but alas it was still partly closed as they were tearing down the barricades and the stands. Obviously there had been some sort of concert there yesterday. St Basil’s church was accessible ...