Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel & Business Centre, Moscow
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... of vodka for in-between meals. I
do believe I have had my lifetime allotment of vodka, all on this trip. At the
Peking Duck restaurant we drink fire water. There isn’t a taste- though you do
feel a burn as it goes down your throat. The after-taste reminds me of lighter
fluid. I would not recommend this drink.
... day and there are lovely gardens on one side and the Moscow River on the other. It was a fair way but very pleasant. It gave us the opportunity to look at it from all angles. We ended up back at St Basil's and took another few hundred photos, just because we could!
We walked back through Red Square to the Memorial Gardens to look at the fountains and statues that were full of children paddling and enjoying the sunshine. The statues were all taken from famous Russian fairy ...
... to close. Of course there was very little left on the buffet so we stuffed ourselves with what stale scraps we could find, only to realise that the fresh food was on its way - they were waiting for us. When it arrived we were all too stuffed to eat any more. Not to worry, we got unpacked and down for a few scoops in the bar before bedtime. Mind you, drink's not cheap in ...
... for vodka. After our dinner, the restaurant turned into a диско 90;ека (Discoteca), a dance place. Suddenly all the ladies got up a stage and started dancing. It did not take long and one of them asked me up the stage. Well, how could you resist a sweet Russian lady asking you to dance? However, whenever I would try to sit down again, the Russian lady would not let me go. So she pulled up the others of our group too. I believe almost ...
... I looked at to extend my stay was full! I was finally able to land a room at the Best Western (thanks Joe), and had to do it fast as there were two people looking at them and only 5 left in the big hotel. I will move there Monday night. It is near the Metro.
I went looking for a church this morning, and found several traditional Russian churches. The first I entered was totally packed with hundreds of people. Standing room only. I ...