So after an early start we arrived at Heathrow for a 9.30 flight to Moscow. After stocking up on food at the airport we found out we got a meal included and free drink which was a result. After several naps and snacks we got chatting to Dave who was sat next to us, Turns out he actually helped build the hostel we're staying in, small old world and he's married to a russian lady but still on a English Visa so had to pop home every 30 days. Seemed nice up until when he asked us if we wanted to get a bus with him and he'd help us out. and then cait remembered watching "Taken" afew weeks ago so we decided to go it alone. One Express train and 1 metro later we arrived at the correct station. Got a little lost but managed to find it after about 20 minutes and some help from some locals. After checking in, dumping our stuff and meeting our room mates we headed out for some food but ended up a drink each and a Kebab. Oh the life.
We started our day with the left over rolls and snacks from mum and the plane which was a result as saved spending money. We had to check out of one room and then into another so that we were with the rest of the group. Then took a stroll with some room mates down to Red Square to see the Kremlin and St Basils Cathedral. After the slow walk back we met the rest of the "VodkaTrain" group at a briefing. This was followed by dinner and the start of the Vodka.
With an early start with the rest of the group our guide had a days activities planned for us. Starting with Lenin's embalmed body we then went on to have a wonder round St Basils Cathedral and then checked out the Kremlin churches. After several beers we returned for an earlish night with some pasta and washing to do. Leaving Moscow already on the 20.00 tomorrow bound for Mongolia. Although an amazinly pretty city the prices are no different to England if not a bit dearer.