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... we found the apartment and settled in. The apartment was beautiful and especially nice for Russian standards, though the water is still not drinkable. We found a decent local shawarma place for dinner. Afterward I set out solo to navigate the metro in search of couch surfing event, which I found with no trouble. After a few beers and some boring stories I returned home a professional Moscow metro rider.
Time to be a tourist in Moscow. ...
... a road now closed off to cars where we walked past various shops, catering to both tourists and the locals. Along the way we stopped for dinner at a favorite German restaurant of Tanya and Lev’s for some German cuisine and good beer. The meal was good and a nice end to a long day. After eating we located the nearest Metro station, boarded the first train, transferred, and then parted ways with Tanya and Lev once the station by our hotel was reached; ...
... and into Cathedral Square. This dates from the 14th Century when the Tsars lived here within the safety of the fortress and built wonderful Cathedrals for their use. There are at least 6 churches within this area.We saw the huge cannon, the biggest ever built whose size was enough to scare opposing armies though it has never been fired. We were then taken into the Cathedral of the Assumption. This is one of the largest here and though the outside is rather austere the ...
... 3 weeks, it sometimes only makes you think more about another wish list. But for now we can look back on a wonderful experience, full of great memories and stories and that will digest over the next couple of weeks and we probably will enjoy it over and over again when we look through the pictures, share the stories in person etc. What a great gift that we were able to travel and explore. See you all and happy travelling on your own next trip. ...
... midst of the chaos and the terror and despair.
Being a huge city of roughly fifteen million people, Moscow still has the feel of a much smaller town, and during my stay it showed its most sunny side. Though light of wallet and heavy of feet, I once again took to the mainly non-morian metro of Moscow to Yarislavsky station, ready to embark on the first proper leg of my Trans-Siberian andventure. Or, you know, terrified that I wouldn't, due to some terrible ticket ...