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In the place and space where so much history has unfolded and is still unfolding, and about which we had read and learnt about for so long, the imposing Red Square was simply awesome. Our perceptions of a formidable and mysterious Russia, most probably moulded by our upbringing in US friendly Australia during the Cold War period, made the impact of actually being there even more sensational.
It was a disturbing yet curious sensation ...
... legs to stretch
between the beds. I have a compartment to myself. Nice. The Chinese train was
very smooth. We spend only I night on this. The Russian train rocks & rolls
& jerks a lot- not an even ride. I have bruises all over.
are at the end of the train car. These are locked when the train stops. Can you
guess why? Also do not throw your tp into the toilet-it ...
... and an army of flies go hand in hand. Vodka is king in the village and within 5 minutes of arrival, I had a 75ml shot of vodka in front of me. That's a triple UK measure! Just one shot took 3 gulps to empty my glass! Within 20mins, a whole bottle between 2 of us was gone and it was time for a swim in the river before going nut picking in the forest then cherry picking. The evenings entertainment was a game of dominos. This was entertainment back to ...
... was all in Russian! Funny that!
Left that bank and tried another and found a girl there who spoke some English and explained what I wanted. She printed out the appropriate waiting slip and advised there was only one person ahead of me. After about 10 minutes I explained the urgency of the transaction but no alternative to continue waiting. Another 5 minutes and I got the call. Took another couple of minutes for the lady to get her machine to ...
... getting a ticket or us getting killed. We passed the Lubyanka former HQ of the KGB which is now undergoing renovation as a museum and visited Victory Park where there is the 466ft high Nike monument in front of the Museum of the Great Patriotic War which houses dioramas, weapons etc showing the Russian experience of War. We stopped off at Christ the Saviour Cathedral which was rebuilt in 1997 after the original Was blown up ...