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... from raining. I walked up the entire street and didn't see any restaurant, or any building with a sign that would indicate that perhaps it was a dining establishment. There was an ornate looking building and I could vaguely make out the tops of people's heads inside so I figured I'd take a chance and walk in. The worst that could happen is that I'd get kicked out. Well, my instincts proved to be right, because I had indeed ...
... BR still blogging.
3.20 After lying on top bunk- head as close to out the window as possible- DE checks eggs.
3.30 Sasha (Short for Alexander, our male cabin attendant) vacuums the carriage & our cabin.
3.35 DE peels hard boiled eggs (success) & cooks a packet of instant noodles. Lunch is served. Half a packet of noodles & an egg each. Gourmet.
3.45 BR buys pepsi from Sasha’s private fridge.
3.40 Sasha dusts window cills & ...
... in Russian) "Why the **** are all these Chinese tourists here", to which we replied "Sorry - we only speak English". Lenin himself appears like a ****** mannequin as the embalming process was invented in the 50s and doesn't look that great. So slightly sad to see such a brilliant philospher treated in such a way. The embalming job was so bad it wouldn't be surprising to find out that wasn't his real body. We'll have to see if Mao has come up ...
... rain. Found the place to be inside a nice building with a large collection of displays including a mummified head, ancient jewelary, armour/weapons and religious icons.
Wandered around here for an hour or two before heading back to the hostel for a quite night since the guys I had been hanging out with had all moved on.
A short note on horses here. While walking in red square today I came across some mounted police and found that the rear of the horse was above ...
... clean river, it winds its way past many well known buildings and Gorky Park.
The next day we did three of the buildings facing Red Square. Red square is a huge area which isn’t Red (its grey cobble stones) and isn’t square (it’s oblong).
First we looked through the famous Gum department store. It used to ...