We headed down for our final breaky of the tour. After omelets, pancakes & meringues (I said no to cake because I'm on a health kick), we said goodbye to Anastasia & left to finish packing. She has been a good tour leader & is probably the only happy Russian. We have really had no smiles or warmth from any others. We packed then met Jaclyn down in the lobby to try & navigate the metro together. She was staying at a hostel near ours so we found hers first then Jac & I went & dumped our bags. We headed straight back out though & got Jaclyn on the way as we headed back to the square to get in to see the body of Vladimir Lenin, the implementer of communism in USSR. We got through security & walked past the graves of a lot of their leaders, the most famous of which was Stalin. It was then time to enter the mausoleum where we had to walk slowly past the embalmed body of Lenin displayed in his sarcophagus. It was a little weird & he had a waxy appearance so not sure if he was real or just a rubber doll. I like to think that it was him. From there we said our goodbyes to Jaclyn then headed back to our hostel where we had planned to relax for the afternoon & just rest up. Unfortunately the accommodation is pretty crap. We are in a shoebox sized room with no ventilation, there is only one dirty shower for 40 rooms & the common area is right in the middle. As a result of the warm rooms you have to leave your door open & the noise is just ridiculous. At least it is for only one night. We did do some washing but that took forever, so when the clothes were clean we headed back out about 10pm. It was still light as we wandered up to a park beside the Kremlin where we bought some beers & watched all the people out enjoying the perfect temperatures. As the darkness rolled in we walked back to Red Square for one last look. We found a seat & spent the next 30 mins just enjoying the spectacular night scene in front of us. It really is an amazing square. We returned home about 12.30am to our heat box of a room. I think we are going to be in for one very long night.