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... we then headed out to Red Square to view yet another cathedral...St Basil's. This is the cathedral that is the one you think of in Moscow with the colourful onion domes and it is very grand. In retrospect we probably should have looked at this on another day to the Kremlin because there are only so many cathedrals you can appreciate in a day! There isn't that much to say about Red Square....it's a huge cobbled square next to St Basil's and the Kremlin, and it ...
... a local guide called Anya. If anyone has travelled through Europe you'll know how it goes: the tour is free but you're expected to tip at the end. That's all fine with us. There was about 17 fellow expeditioners on this tour and Anya showed us some beautiful churches, some back streets, told us some stories of the Soviet era, and generally showed us around the downtown area, and Red Square. Steve managed to correct some of her interesting expressions - " World War ...
... the shape of the city. In he evening we had another of our trip highlights - going to the Bolshoi.
The opera, and the whole experience of being in a Russian Theatre was really amazing. The theatre itself was glittering with gold and rally beautiful. All the seats were in small groups, like boxes, rather than in big rows which made it feel a little more intimate. We had amazing seats in the front row of the ...
... looked like they could be prizes on an English pier with huge price tags. It a shop all about the money. Our exit route lead us past a mamkin with a real stuffed bears head. Back out on the pedestrian square outside we got out our map realising we weren't quiet where we had hoped. I approached someone to ask for help who was not helpful at all. Tr second person a russia lady was great. She also spoke English. Instead of directing us to the Bolshoi she walked us ...
... challenge was navigating the Metro system. This was made easier with the map of the metro that we cunningly tore out of the airport train's magazine and by a nice man who offered to help us (we obviously looked lost).
The Metro is very easy to understand and navigate, despite this, we managed to get off at the wrong stop (the stop before the one we needed) and ended up walking for about 45mins to the hotel that was supposed to be 5 mins from the Metro.
At the risk ...