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TravelPod Member ReviewsAssambleya Nikitskaya Moscow
The hotel is small but so quaint, but the breakfast is lacking ! As they basically clear the small bar make it the breakfast area ! But the room is large and really pretty ! Love it !
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... online so they looked very different. Back to waiting. While I was off looking for other ways onto the platforms, a man came over, put his luggage with ours, said something to Jess in Russian, and left. Presumably something like "please look after my luggage". Someone who spoke a little English must have seen we were nervous tourists, so she came over and asked where we were from and what train we were on, looked at our tickets and so on. The man whose luggage we thought we were guarding ...