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... and not far from our hotel, he generously offered to pick us up and drive us back later that evening. We accepted gratefully. The Metro was looking formidable, especially as Yugo-Zapadnaya was the last station on the Metro Red Line and we would have to change trains to get there. And after our near disastrous day, it was probably just as well that we took up his offer.
Alan had gone to a lot of trouble to look up our walking route from our hotel to ...
... br> Best attraction: Versailles chateu and gardens outside Paris
Best cathedral/church/religious building: St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
Best view: Looking at Alps from a bench in Gimmelwald, Switzerland
Best small town: Vernazza, Italy
Most tiring day: Biking around Normandy, France on February 26th
Time I most feared for my life: Riding around Rome on a scooter
Number of times I ate at ...
So back to Red Square. I promised you I would continue our adventures for the day. Here is where we left off last time. Katerina, Egor and I had just left Russian Wonderland and had parted ways at the Metro station. Katerina and I then proceeded to do our second real touristy activity for the vacation Red Square.
As we walked along the street I am not going to lie I was pretty excited to see St. Basil's up close and ...
... correct destination and after being quite amused again by our Australian speaking, portable Navigator Man, interpreting the street names into good old ‘Aussie speak’, we walked the 950m to our hotel which was this time a ‘PROPER’ hotel, unlike the last one.
Snooze, walk in the Botanical gardens, dinner at Hotel restaurant, room for computer stuff and then the World Cup final on ...
... mins to grab something to eat and then lined up at the gate. It seemed to take forever waiting for them to let us on the plane and all that time I was stressing about not being allowed to take our carry on bags since they both contained motorbike helmets and so were well outside the carry on limits. At the front of the desk at the gate was a bag measurer which added to my stress. I kept an eye on everyone above and they checked one or two people but let us go onto ...