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... no one. I guess you can just be happy that yours is not as big of a mess as someone else’s. Or, you take some relief at the mess of others you think you know based on the information about them given to you by your own messed up government.
Most Russians I have met are not favorable of Putin, the annexation, or the rising tide of social conservative and ultra-nationalist movements. But, these people ...
... claret and playing Whist, at least not with their clothes on. Next morning after breakfast we walked to Red Square, which had an ice rink built on it for the winter. It is hard to take in the beauty and power of the place; the Kremlin wall, Lenin's tomb, St Basil's Church, even the impressive GUM department store, with an ice rink right there. I'm sure Lenin has been spinning in his grave over many things over the years and this would be only one of ...
... aggravate me when the police who look more like military stop someone on the street & asks for their passport. Makes you pleased to be a New Zealander. It hasn't happened to me but it happened to Ian when I was with him. He said it was back at the hotel & showed him his ticket for the World Champs which seem to appease him. Maybe he thought Ian was competing. Obviously also the reason he did not ask ...
... Maybe I can learn a hint or two with winning multiple games of chess before I return to the United States. Did I mention that I bought a Cold War chessboard complete with red Soviet pieces (toting the hammer/sickle) and American pieces (decked out in the American flag)? The actual board is a masterpiece as well. The board is divided between NATO and Warsaw Pact areas and each individual square has a portion of the ...
... fear that outsiders, especially Americans, will screw them over. In other words, a smile is reserved for showing genuine care for the individual after getting to know said individual. They are happy with their Church, their food, and their vodka. Russians take pride in having such a tough lifestyle/history and as a result, feel more superior than other races, especially Ukrainians. The food here is excellent. If you are in a "Meat ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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