Taganka Hotel & Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of us to clear the corridor and people behind wanting us to hurry up but our cabin was towards the back. As with everything else experience makes the difference. We found our four berth cabin with one young guy (early 20's?) already in it. With our two big bags plus an extra big pack. Well basically we didn’t fit! The young guy moved out to allow us to get ourselves sorted out and ...
... My personal favourite was the section on carriages, specifically you can see how the carriages developed over time to include state of the art suspension system! Also because of the weather they had some carriages that had skates on them instead (like a giant, more comfortable snow sledge). After the kremlin I went to an old touristy area to look at touristy stuff only except when I got there it was actually really quiet. I suppose the fact that it ...
Well, I finally managed to get out and about today with my last full day in Moscow and it's been sunny and warm without a cloud in sight making for a much more pleasant day.
First time I've used the Moscow Metro system since I got here and I have to say it lives up to it's reputation of being one of the best in the world. The network covers the entire city very well and for what look like old metros they whistle along at quite a pace. Two stops and 5 minutes later I ...
... hall does not help my concern and our first hurdle is to try and get in what is almost a one man lift. Fortunately another larger lift arrive that all 3 of us can fit in. Kim's definitely not smiling now. We're on floor 3 apartment 1, the landing continues the theme (this is real cold war era stuff gulag springs to mind). So how relieved was I when Iliya opened the treble locked door to a modern well equipped apartment with daily housemaid service, free ...
Today was a very full day, although we were allowed to sleep in a little bit today. The problem with sleeping in is you can potentially miss some great photo opportunities. We did see some interesting sights along the Volga and into the Moscow Canal prior to docking in Moscow. We had lunch on board at 11:30 am and departed the ship and took a bus to the Armoury and Kremlin. We started with at least a one hour lineup to get into the ...