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... and we quickly moved on. Elsewhere we found a nice cafe with Georgian cuisine at prices the locals can afford. The afternoon was again spent wandering with a vague agenda to buy a gift for Fay from Moscow. After much wandering, packing up and leaving the hotel for good we caught the metro to Kievskaya and surfaced at Kievsy Vokzal for our trip to Kyiv and Ukraine. We were both slightly apprehensive. Bata was unsure how much her Russian would ...
... with the bottle nose dolphins. She wanted to hug them but obviously couldn't. The Zebra's were pretty cool too (Kaylah agree's). After all the animals we headed to the Ice sculptor museum. It was amazing with all the neon lights lighting up the ice. There we horses, Penguins, Princesses, Lions and Ice Igloos. Very cool but sadly it's time to head to Europe to visit ...
... On exiting Paveletskaya station the roads were disorienting in the snow…and the dark….and the gauntlet of commuters that were criss-crossing our path what seemed like every step of the way.
We darted for cover inside a Starbucks and luckily found a very helpful employee who spoke good English and pointed us in the right direction.
As we were gathering our things to leave, a young man, maybe in his early thirties approached us.
... to St Basil's where for 250 rubles, you can visit inside and take photos. It was really neat and consisting of a number of small spaces and chambers. You even get a great view of the State Museum at the opposite end of the square.
It wasn't long before we zipped off again, this time to meet our group in front of the Kremlin for our guided tour of the grounds and the armoury. You have to go through security, so I would recommend trying to go in the morning so you can take ...
... and they share my opinion of Moscow too, which made me feel better. The have been coming here for years and they said that compared to St Petersburg, Moscow is going backwards in regards to making it easy for tourists. I can't help but agree with them. We walked to Red square while we caught up on our respective travels and they told me just how much Moscow has changed in the years they've been coming here. I swear they should write a book. After a photo in front of ...