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... average of 42 centigrade was a good place to shelter. London could take a lesson from Moscow - as we dismantle the Tottenham Court Road mosaics to make way for "station improvements", over here, chandeliers and pillars topped with hammers and sickles are standard decor and make for an interesting contrast in approaches. We took the metro out to the Izmailovo market, to the north East edge of the city, to decide between a mug ...
Most public "Water Closets" in western Europe and cetainly Russia have a small "admission charge." I think it's actually a good thing. (Unless you really have to go and have no change.)
The money is paid to an attendent. The attendent keeps the place clean and supplied. It also keeps out the undesireables who use the public facilities for a ...
... and the white round gers (called yurts in Russia). Each family is allowed 0.7 hectares of land and they often build a wooden fence (called a hasha) around the plot - and then erect a ger to live in. The ger (a circular tent with the door always pointing south) is made with a felt and canvas-covered wooden trellis around the circumference, with a wooden roof structure with a round “wheel” in the centre through which a stove’s ...
... this simple bar was very trendy. To ask for the bill you say "shot" roughly translates a "women" so if you want a beer it's "women, beer" Charlie kindly explained the art of Russian language that they often drop the joining words. On our walk back to the hostel we got taken to one last hidden gem a supermarket. Unlike any other - more like the food hall in Harrods with the price tag of any normal shop. We stoked up on chocolate, Charlie ended up helping a lady decide what to get ...
... it was a start. `
As we arrived at the bus stop we looked up at the board. The destination of the no. 8 bus was definitely Krasnaya and, even better, the second part of the destination was Ploschad, the Russian word for ‘Square’. It got better. Not only did the no.8 go to Red Square but so did the no. 25 trolley bus.
That was the good news. The not so good news was that we couldn’t understand the timetable. The buses and ...