Travel Blogs from Moscow
... and cook something at home. Be sure to check in of FourSquare, but don't link it to Facebook, cause that is just annoying. Then go home and write about. And by then you are ready to call it a night, or something like night if it every got really actually completely dark. Dream. Wake. Repeat.
But that is just a taste of summer. Buy the ticket and take the ride. That's what it's about, or so it seems to me. What do you think?
... that I got out of Kremlin and headed to Red Square. They were connected with a big square full of people. Only 10 mins of walking, along of which you would see some restaurants. I ended up in an Italian one. Interesting enough, the food was billed based on how heavy they weighted. Thus, picking up potatoes proved to be wrong. The expensive lunch didn't killed my mood. The recovery with energy was desperate needed before going to ...
... day had been walk around the Red square and all that is there to see, but due to festivities we looked at alternatives and other buildings or items of interest.
After a few hours we ended up in a very long mall with a lot of artist either engaged in painting of playing music.
We had some lunch after which I walked back into the direction of my address of accommodation. I had noticed that the trip in the subway had taken a fairy long time between ...
... I went to a local cafe for dinner where I tried the famous Russian pancakes, which were absolutely delicious. I had them filled with a kind of poppyseed with chocolate sauce. So good! (Very unhealthy dinner I know, but when in Russia...) Unfortunately, food is really expensive here, so you have to be careful when converting the price. Like some places charge over $7 for a coffee! No so good for my backpacking budget, but luckily the supermarkets are still regular ...
... secured, mission accomplished. Checked into my hostel next to a church and went for a snooze as the walking and cold are taking toll on me. Next stop was the supermarket to stock up on supplies for my train trip. Now there are no moments I ever question my vegetarianism but it is testing me here. The supermarket was a challenge but I now have a healthy supply of ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking