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Visited this lovely city with magnificent old churches. 30 churches in the city remain from 120 which were destroyed by Starlin. Visited Church of Elijah the Prophet with amazing frescoes. Governors House was truly beautiful with high ceilings filigree cornices & lots of large paintings. Some locals dressed in 18C costumes gave a demonstration of waltz /dance being accompanied by pianist , violin ...
The taxi driver who brought me 'Home' from work was one of the most incompetent drivers I've encountered in the crackpot place. I gave him my hotel details, which is a big hotel in the city centre. 'City centre' had him beat let alone the street, 'hotel' seemed a concept he was struggling to understand as he kept repeating hotel hotel. I was slightly reassured as the taxi was equipped with an iPad ...
It was so strange last night lying here thinking.........I'm actually sleeping in Moscow...........weird, this travel thing is all starting to become real. You would think that I hadn't been anywhere before but this is so different and I'm feeling a bit emotional today so you could get all sorts of ramblings later.
We are going to walk Moscow today once we come round after what has been the best nights sleep in 4 days............. actually the only ...
... So there was the plan but going via St Basil's Cathedral in the Red Square.
We make our way to the Cathedral only to see hundreds of people running, doing a Marathon!! No Timex branding here though, not quite like to London Marathon I have to say!!
Then we turned the corner and saw this very impressive building - 'wow' ...
... comes up and in a wide gentle bend and just touches the Kremlin before returning south. Just before completing the trip around we came across the geographic center of Moscow. Moscow is built in circles about the Kremlin and Red square, and a large brass plaque in in the square marks the geographic center. We stood on it like many others did and threw a coin and made a wish. Only I think I forgot to wish. Apparently if you do that, your dreams ...