SK Royal Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free airport shuttle
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... wonderful, very much the traditional circus, with a clown to hold everything together and wonderful acts including trapeze, juggling, aerial, and see-saw acrobats. There was also an amazing quick change artist. Probably the most confronting were the animal acts, seals and tigers and leopards. We felt more comfortable with the seals than the big cats - they just seemed happier. Overall though it was a fantastic night. We got back to the ship at 10.30 for dinner, hence the late blog entry.
... breaks brings me down to Novograd or Gorky in old money another typical Russian city very little signage, huge pot holes and at least five cars fighting for every bit of space on the road. When that runs out then take to the pavements or down the middle of the road scattering cars out of the way like grains of sand. Eventually I cross a river on a huge girder bridge and seem to be rid of the city and now it's a dash to Moscow about four hours away. Looking at the time that should ...
... must give to the officer at the entrance. (the cash-desk with the money)You can visit museum without the request in advance! The special information is required as follows:1. The name of a museum from the list to visit 2. Visitor’s personal information (ex. John Dow)3. Passport information (ex. ID12345678) and Date of Birth (DOB)4. Citizenship 5. The date of arrival (as planned) The Access ...
... t understand what it's saying to you... The three cups are Russia... The three times, and this one is...becoming bigger".
She is eager to explain to me that I have walked past a rotating table with holograms (very cool) of three glasses that to her represent the age of the Tsar and monarchy, the soviet controlled stage and the modern period of enlightenment.
I introduce myself and she tells me her name. ...
... and the graves of Stalin etc. I went to wander around Red Square, almost bumping into James May of Top Gear fame’s camera crew. I watched the filming for a while (he was saying something about Russia being completely different) before he moved on, and I went back to where, mum, dad and Diney should soon be popping out.
After a spot of food we went to Gorky Park, where there was some kind of world music festival. Dad stayed outside on the grass while ...