The Ritz-Carlton Moscow
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... a few traximen at the airport, we werent really bothered there. we got some food, by pointing to pictures behind the waiters, and got the express train from the airport to the city. this cost 450 ruples. most of the places we had read up on this on line said it cost 350, but i guess its gone up since they recommended it.
the train trip gives you an idea of what to expect from the country. delipadated buildings, snow everywhere, very industrial, shanty like outskirts ...
Red Square and St. Basils
We were really there! Red Square! It’s a huge expanse bordered on one side by the walls of the Kremlin, containing the ...
... takes place. In the UK, dinner often consists of meat, potatoes and two veg on your own plate, a few pleasantary words to each other and the table cleared within 20mins as we rush off to the next meaningless task. In Russia, dinner is made up of homemade soups (usually overpowered by the smell of dill), potato dishes, herring, pickled veggies, kotlety (a delightful beef dish like massive meatballs), cabbage, pies, kolbasa (hard smoked sausage-my favourite!), caviar (red not ...
... in our hotel (7 rooms only) in St Petersburg. Moscow was heaving with people. What chance eh?We turned another corner and found the museum...4 hours later we left having seen the rise of Russian life from the stone age through to the last Tsar. We resorted to coffee at McDonalds - well it is cheap and we sat and watched the changing of the guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier through the throngs of passing people.
Next we did our version of the Metro stations tour. ...
... following their directions and looking for the 'obvious' signs to get us there (which aren't that obvious at all). What do we do now.... nothing! We are so tired and decide to do nothing but get some food from the shops and sit back and watch some films and that's exactly what we did. We were asleep by 8pm and didn't get up till 8pm the ...