- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... were occupied. Note the photo where the temperature indication was wrong.
Reading lamps are at each end of the couches plus a main light, occasionally these were switched off by the cabin attendant but usually late night when you should be asleep. You could make up your bed either with the pillow next to the window or at the opposite end. We did the former which meant that when you woke up you could look out the window and see where you were. The downside ...
... the tour to be really excellent. It was a great introduction and First Day in Moscow - and indeed for us, in Russia. Svetlana had been a wonderful guide and really good fun. We continue to be in contact with her. She has been very patient and helpful with providing information and editing this entry of the travelogue. Thank you Svetlana!
Late in the afternoon, we made a special trip to our local supermarket near our hotel. Dinner was an ...
... and locked position dude to his size. He was listening to music that I really don't care for so loud that I could still hear it when I had my ear buds in. I thought that flight was going to be 3 hours of unhappiness but it turned out pretty good. For some reason the woman in the aisle seat was moved somewhere else. So after we took off and the fasten seatbelt sign went off the man moved. Why he didn't move before, I don't know. Once he moved, I had space and I couldn't ...
... I observed on the display at the end of the carriage, so 100k/hr slower than the train we had taken six weeks earlier from Shanghai to Hangzhou. Entry onto the train was very orderly with uniformed attendants at one entrance to each carriage, checking tickets and ...
Travel Times 42 - 20 July 2014
Getting to Moscow
The trip from St. Petersburg to Moscow was on the high speed train. There are a lot of trains between the two cities, but only a few fast ones. Our ride was four hours instead of an all day trip with stops at every little Russian town. It was a smooth ride that hit over 200 mph at times. Come on, U.S.A.! Get ...