The Ritz-Carlton Moscow
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... This is an amazing city!!! Dinner in Russia was slightly different. They like salad, soup and meat. In that order. They love Dill (the herb) it is in everything- so much that I feel it overpowered anything it was in. These restaurants are very American Cafeteria style. Get a try, get the food and pay at the counter. Odd for Russia. After dinner I decided to head to bed- so exhausted and such a long ...
... to see it in Disneyland? Here, we spent a good half an hour giggling away at the various young Russian wannabe models cutting hilarious model style poses for whoever would take their pictures. If there was one disappointment, it was the distinct lack of "**** boxes" (H. Fonfe 2014) being driven around the city. Indeed, it was a bit of a shame to see more Ferraris than Ladas in Moscow.....although we wouldn't need to wait long once we left Moscow to be satisfied in ...
... a very smart Karrinyup, most similar to the QV Arcade in Sydney. Naturally the Noyelle care gene came to the fore & we left empty handed.
Today is the last day of the school year in Russia & this is celebrated by school leavers with a huge celebration so Red Square was blocked off for the event in the afternoon. We saw masses of them turning up in the stretch limos all in their best for the big show.
We walked home & had ...
... door we did walk thru leads you into the open hallway where a split stair case has huge chandelier lighting the way. The front desk inside a small windowed room sat a rather large and abrupt Russian lady when I asked of it was possible to tour the building she barked "late" "Monday" useful. It a was a shame not to look round, Moscow is somewhere I will be hoping to come back to. From the Bolshoi we headed towards the entrance to the Kremlin and the Red Square. As ...
... actually was quite nice.
We took a good walk by the Moskva River. Along the river are all grand governmental buildings, very high-profile. Busy traffic on the road as well as on the river. I even saw some people sunbathing on the bank. We met a guy holding a camera and offered to take photos for us. At last he tried to persuade us to buy the photos for 350 RU. Wasn't it a Chinese phenomenon?
We walked through ...