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... taking. We continued to walk through the park and then made our way back home. By now it was time for dinner and both of us were hungry. I won't go into detail about the food again because I am sure by the end of this trip you will have learned more about the food then anything else.
By Midnight it was time for bed and time to try and set our biological clocks straight so we could enjoy the days to come. ...
... see massive tower blocks and small villages with basic wooden houses and we haven't been disappointed yet. The train also arrived on time and we were met by a man with a card bearing Rick's. name. I speak no English he said but managed the odd phrase as he drove through the manic traffic to our hotel. We are now based in the outskirts of the city in a totally Russian hotel. It took 30 minutes to check in but we have a pleasant room with a view of a small park surrounded by ...
... 8220;What name you have?” he asked in very accented but plausible English.
“Why do you want to know?” I asked.
“Cto?” he replied. Then he asked again, ‘what name you have? My name Vasily”
“Why…..you…..ask? I said more slowly and a little louder. Why is it that British people think that if they speak to foreigners in a loud manner, it will make them understand better? We just ...
... housing all sorts of artefacts from per- Cromwell British silverware to Faberge eggs. Red Square was also spectacular, but more difficult to get the real impression as stages and seating from last week's concert / tattoo were still taking up much of the square and photo opportunities were a bit limited. Less so with Saint Basil's Cathedral - the iconic picture usually associated with Moscow, of the colourful "onion" domes. Once we had figured out the subway, we headed ...
... and pleading our case, she put the wheels in motion so we could at least stay on tour as far as Red Square before making our way to the station.
Our group gathered on shore to meet our local guide so with luggage in tow we joined them. Once our luggage was stowed on the bus we were off to take in the sites of Moscow. We couldn’t quite believe we were here so were quickly taking photos out of the bus window knowing that our visit would soon come to ...