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... in the other hand and, we think, had a foot pedal for the largest bell. With delicate hand movements he could ring one, or several, bells at once, alternate between them, play loudly or softly, fast or slow. It was amazing to watch, and made sense of what had looked to me like a tangle of ropes! We also experienced parts of several Orthodox services. Very different from Quaker Meeting, of course, but also very different from a Protestant Church Service in the UK. For a start, the inside ...
Today I will spend my second day in this place. Everything is really exiting here, whether the economic sanctions, by which Russia cuts itself of from food imports will impact, will see, probably best, to ignore the news.
Tomorrow, I get out of the city to Vladimir by train, there is no way to even try to find the right way out through this crazy traffic.
So, I am off with ...
... gotta love this communism caper! Mandy had a very expensive $10 cup of tea, which tasted mighty fine. Steve was starting to get a little nervous at this stage, unbeknownst to Mandy, and he said we should do a video shoot out the front of St Basil's, just for posterity, like. Steve tried to shoo Mandy out the door, we were on a deadline for a 4pm metro tour, but she was a slow moving beast.
So Mandy finally got the video ready, Steve got down on two knees (just to ...
... the one that was destroyed. The inside is truly spectacular. It is really how I imagined Russian architecture and building to be like: grand and majestic, full of splendour. We couldn't take photos inside, but if you are ever in Moscow it is worth a visit! We then visited the Tretyakov Art Gallery which features art by Russian painters. It was really interesting to walk around and I really enjoyed it. I tried to learn some of ...
... there seems to be lots of space and less rushing about. One thing we stumbled across was a piece of wall art of a ballerina. I hope my photo does this justice as the colours where so vivid. What we presumed was a bank had large fur trees inside the entrance gate and a line of matching pricey clean cars parked up. Parking is free in Moscow so lots if people seem to drive. Our wondering lead us to a department store with a Bentley in the entrance hall. The ...