- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... home. Of course, I had to make a quick stop at the kebab shop for dinner. 8 June 2014: By now, the whole process of booking train tickets was becoming routine, which was a relief considering that was our first order of business this morning. After securing our onward tickets, we headed out for our last day in Moscow. On the agenda was the Kremlin, which I thought might be either buzzing with official activity or closed due to the recent tension in Ukraine. It ...
... that, I ended up getting to the airport at 4am, which was perfect timing to check in for my 6:05am flight.
When I went through security to get to the gate, I was behind a group of gypsies that were supposed to be on my same flight to Moscow. I’ve seen a lot of gypsies in different cities, but I have never seen them fly anywhere. It was a bizarre situation. There was an older woman, who I’m guessing was a grandmother, and five ...
... though in all directions we could see huge marble / bronze buildings that almost looked like giant temples and each were dedicated to a different aspect of communist life. Epic!
The next morning we were off to visit the Kremlin and we were so excited! We lined up and went through all the security looking forward to all the goodness of spies and stories of the KGB. I feel we were very ripped off. Inside it was nice, lots of churches and a few ...
... so numb on this seat and I becoming as paranoid as Lauren with the use of hand sanitizer, good job I brought a good supply. We still don't have a clue where to go but at about 20.30 we walk down to the platform where we saw the station sign earlier & look for people who might be doing the same as us, the place is still packed. The only useful piece of information is that our training tickets says train 4 at 21.35 and we see this info on one of the timetable boards but ...
... made the cold rainy weather outside doable. Russian pies are also delicious! The pastry is almost like a hollowed out piece of bread loaf and the filling can range form anything sweet and savoury. Stuart and I had meat and apple (2 separate pies) both were delicious. Other than those highlights it was a lot of Beetroot soup, plain salads and potato. Not bad though, just bland with not much flavouring. The people in Russia are very intense, I was pre warned about this ...