- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... with ice cream, or in Mandy's case, another ice cream!! Spent another half and hour looking for Yuri, but he was obviously lost in space and we had an appointment with a bad Irish Pub.
Arbat district is a popular shopping and entertainment district with beautiful buildings and thousands of people. Think Pitt St mall for Sydney siders. Popped into one guide ...
... s tasteless legislative building. It’s signature period was 1485 to 1495. Tsar Ivan the Great (Ivan the Terrible’s grandfather) had finally booted out the Mongols and in celebration, he invited Italian architects to complete the Kremiln’s walls, towers and 30 meter wide moat. It is expertly maintained, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow’s 2nd most popular destination.
Red Square is the City’s showpiece. A market ...
... kind of person, than I think you will like Russia. I only recommend the milk if you are adventurous or want to vomit. Growing up with skim milk 24/7 I was not ready for such a....um....unique milk. It is basically sour cream.
Yesterday we took a 4 hour (both ways) trip to the glorious Leo Tolstoy's estate just outside Tula, Russia. Tolstoy had a beautiful property complete with a personal lake, personal apple ...
... stations and long escalators down deep into the ground. 3. Vodka. Flavoured or not, there was something special about drinking vodka in Russia. 4. Cyrillic. I think that the writing looks beautiful. Ah, except when lost in the Moscow metro. 5. Silver tea glass holders. Tea is usually drunk in a glass held by a silver case with a handle. I love these cases but refrained from buying them. Yes, I'm proud of myself too! ...
... bit churched out - so I wandered about enjoying the quiet. Even filled with tourists- there is a peaceful atmosphere to enjoy.
After that, we looked at the other wonders- the Tsar Cannon and Tsar Bell, Ivan the Great Bell-tower, the Senate building, the Grand Kremlin Palace ( and its modern counterpart- the State Kremlin Palace "built" by Kruscheyv), the lovely gardens and chestnut trees.
Back to the hotel via ...