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mos-cow (or is it mos-coe?)

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europe / on the road / russia

The train stations had an old-book smell, which I loved. I think it was because of the wooden escalators. Until then I hadn’t seen wooden escalators before. In London they’d been banned because of a big fire at King’s Cross in 1987. In Moscow, they are still very much in use. Moscow is one of the more difficult cities we’ve had to navigate in by far. There are no English translations in the Metro. We tried memorizing the station […]