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Today was an incredibly long day. I tried to go to sleep around 12:30am but never fell asleep. I just laid there in my bed, annoyed for two hours. So I finally got up at 2:15am, got my stuff together and headed out at 2:30am. I got the train to the airport at 2:56am, which arrived at Terminal 1 at 3:19am. It turns out that Terminal 1 isn't even open anymore, so I had to get off the train, and wait 26 minutes for a bus to come to get me to Terminal 2. ...
... preferred to settle into our hotel, the Marriott Aurora. The hotel is located fantastically near the red square and a block from some of Moscow’s prime theatres.
That evening, after a delicious buffet lunch at the hotel we brushed up and wandered down the block to Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre, THE international top address for ballet. The troupe performed Eugene Onegin, based on an aristocratic poem ...
... and start part two of our trip into Europe.
We pulled into Moscow at 6am and decided to make the most of the early start by walking to Red Square before the tourist hoards arrived. It was a beautiful sunny morning and a nice 20 min walk from our hotel to the Kremlin. Moscow is a beautiful city, especially with the sun shining and there were lots of stunning buildings to admire on our walk. Unfortunately the only place open at this time was ...
... repository of Russian painting, from the earliest icons, religious subjects painted on wood, through 20th century Socialist realism which our guide describes as "happy people painted in bright colors". When canvas painting was introduced to Russia by Peter the Great at the end of the 17th C., Russian artists took off, their work mirroring that of their European contemporaries, portraiture, romantic, 19th C.'plein air', impressionist and so ...
... we had arrived safely in the Venice of Northern Europe, St. Petersburg. St Petersburg is dripping in gold, history and around 400 beautiful bridges. Our first full day in St Petersburg included a 3 hour driving tour with a very knowledgable Russian woman named, Svetlana. She was very informative, almost too informative; no breaths were taken through sentences and it was hard to keep up. We got to see the winter palace from the outside, the lighthouse towers that are no longer ...