Travel Blogs from Moscow
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... Perestroika had started in the early nineties. I went for a walk and ended up in a park, several km long; with the largest war memorial I have ever seen. At the end of the park is a memorial museum which I will put on my list for the next few days.
Tomorrow I will get picked up by the agent for a three hour (I believe) walking tour. I think that will mean around the red square. Great! I am looking forward to it.
finally got on the train and we had to wait about a bit till everyone got on, the men on the train didn't speak English they spoke funny d said they were Chinese, they shown us to our cabin d and b had a bed each but they didn't give me one they shoved me in a basket thing then on the table then in d's bag.
out side the train there was snow and ice but it was warm inside because those funny talking men lit a ...
Our flight from Delhi to London included a brief stop over in Moscow - Russia baby!
There was very stringent security at the airport, even just to get into the transit area. We made it through to our connecting flight, and filed on to the new plane. The plane started taxiing up the runway and next thing we know it stops... The pilot then tells us that the plane has a problem and we have to get ...
... you in. Finding the 'secret' door would have been a right pain but as we stood around looking lost the manager happened to be walking past and helped us. In fairness the directions the hotel provides were very accurate but following them is easier said than done. The hostel was very nice with a lovely kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities. But there is only 1 shower and 1 toilet for the whole of the hostel! Totally ridiculous in our ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking