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... who don’t see the supposed benevolence of it all. Though many of these are critics are doing so while drinking a Coke, smoking a Marlboro, having just eaten a BigMac and listening to the American or British pop song playing overhead at McDonalds, planning to watch Transformers 3 (I think it’s #3, it’s advertised everywhere right now), and “Google-ing” American Imperialism on their iPhone ...
... Through pointing at pictures of something looking like Asian food on the walls I got two bowls of chicken in broth with noodles and greens for 400 rubles, or a little over A$6. It was actually quite good. I'm sure the cook and no-neck Ivan were still laughing about the funny Australian guy who couldn't speak Russian as I walked out. Next day we slept in, had a late breakfast then paid our respects to Chairman Lenin, and you don't dawdle in the tomb. You have ...
... in Russian (Sam did, I just followed) and walked up and down a darn street for half an hour looking for it. Finally Sam found it through a key pad door and up some pigeon pooped stairs. Marketing obviously hasn't hit their budget yet. The room itself.... hmmm how do I explain this. If you opened the door and laid our two backpacks side by side (not length ways) and stepped over it there would be just enough room to stand before hitting ...
... are a luxury
3. Showers are on a stand so you have to step up to get into the shower.
4. They take pride in decorating their metros. Most metros in Moscow have chandeliers, marble walls, and spotless granite floors.
5. They love Johnny Rockets! I found this very entertaining because JR celebrates the American 1950s or the Cold War.
6. They love President Obama because he is making ...
... Pushkin Art Museum. Although it is one of the must-go places in Moscow, I didn't do it since my mind has already been numb about western stuff.
The second day was fulfilled by seeing the great part of Moscow. Although I felt a bit bored, it actually was a good day. My host Erin organized my third day with a gentle guy called Ruslan who brought a super cultural day to me. Wanna to know more, keep reading!