- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... parents out too on the public Wi-Fi.
It's really hard to follow signs when you can't read Cyrillic.
Luckily I can so don't have much of a problem.
It's only when people talk back to me that my brain goes completely blank.
The Russians must think 'what a fool', but at least I'm giving it a go.
Anyway, there was also a Russian lady who we tried to converse with.
She only stayed ...
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... as such) was very good. . Amazing places to visit : the Moscow Metro - better than an art museum, and like a mini adventure; Novedevichy Cemetery - full of the rich and famous, with amazing sculptures on nearly every grave ( best cemetery ever). . Lenin's mausoleum is now right opposite a huge department store (icon of capitalism) with paintings of Jesus (icon of Christianity) - how he would have hated that! . Since ...
... they spoke in Russian, and then we all exchanged names and handshakes. He looked over our tickets, they had an animated discussion in Russian, and now we were getting worried that we were supposed to take our eTicket print outs and exchange them for normal tickets which everyone else seemed to have. When she passed our tickets back, I went to get up to find the ticket office, but she said "no, ticket ok", or something. There was another announcement, and the number 7 showed up in ...
... breath we jumped on the moving staircase for, I would guess, probably the last time!!
St Basil’s cathedral (you know, the iconic building with all the whirly coloured, different sized onion domes.) Ivan the Terrible?? Yes, that’s the one. St Basil’s is actually 9 churches in one. Inside was a myriad of small chambers, whilst some are empty, others contain artefacts from the 16th century; leftover masonry from the original ...