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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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... within the sight of the Kremlin. We stopped by the 40,000 room university where 40,000 students study. It is located in one of Stalin's cakes. Opposite is a site where the Moscow bikies congregate on Sunday nights. There were many 100s of them, just sitting and talking and not worried about people wondering through the bikes. Very peaceful at them moment.
Back home at midnight
... made at the next intersection - and as I felt comfortable with our choice, we should have known better. A few more decisions about our directions and we were really lost.
The next hour or so was mega frustrating. We asked several people, and not surprisingly, many did not speak any English at all. A group of young men shook their heads sadly. One said "Ahh, you are very far away from the Pushkin. You should catch the train". The thought of that ...
... and then made our way slowly back to the pedestrianised street in search of some dinner. We ended up at a place called My My, pronounced 'moo moo', which was a slightly kitsch Russian fast food restaurant. Given the name and big plastic cow stood outside, I was somewhat surprised to find no beef on the menu. I had a lamb steak and chips whilst Wendy had what was essentially bangers and mash.
At nine we met up with the others for ...
Today the temperature reached double figures, but not until our 5 hour tour of Moscow finished, at 3pm. However, the tour was a treat. One car and driver, one guide, two tourists, no accidents. The guide, Rita, surely must have a doctorate in the history of Eurasia post 680ad and of Russia in particular. The tour was highly interesting but, none the less, not as interesting as Rita herself. She was a fascinating character, an historian who had seen enormous changes in a country ...
... One of the things I really wanted to do in Russia was visit Lenin's tomb, where his preserved body has laid in state for the past several decades. Today should have been the day to make that happen. It wasn't...and that was bitterly disappointing. Due mostly to my own naivete, we walked right past the surprisingly inconspicuous building that houses the little communist's corpse as we wandered around Red Square. It was hard to imagine that the place I was presently ...