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... Christ our Saviour was spectacular. Very high domed ceiling all hand painted with pictures of well known bible stories throughout the walls. (I can only compare it to memories of the Cistern Chapel.We walked over an old curved bridge that gave a lovely view of the Kremlin & Red square then looked back to the magnificent church. We walked beside the Red Square Wall till we came to the enormous & magnificent, beautifully restored ...
... and Finland was even better – more imaginative dishes.
So how to summarize this amazing experience? Maybe I’ll be fairly brief with the text and upload lots of captioned photos (a tiny fraction of the number I took!).
I flew into Moscow the evening before the tour started and stayed one night at an airport hotel. I caught no sight of beleaguered Edward Snowden, who’s holed up somewhere in no-man’s-land ...
... than me.
I spent most of the day hugging the loo, or trying to sleep and recover.
Luke went on a tour of the Moscow underground stations and took some lovely photos.
Our Soviet bunker tour was cancelled, which for the state I was in was ok, but it is a shame we didn’t get to see it.
After trying to eat something, and not really succeeding as the salad I had was essentially cucumber, tomato, capsicum and oil… oh and dill, always ...
... murder Rasputin. He was suppose to be poisoned but when that didn't work, he was shot in the cellar of the Yusupov palace and beaten. His body was then dumped in the river. Later when they found the body and examined it, they found water in his lungs. Rasputin was considered to have died from drowning. The Yusupovs ended up having to flee from Russia during one of the revolutions (cant remember which ...
... of those wedding cake style edifices…the largest apparently…until we reached the circus tent. It was under canvas as I had thought but in a very solid structure. . .shaped like a tent from the outside. Inside was a familiar circus ring or arena with seating all around.
Entry was a hoot. Only one door of the many available was opened to allow hundreds of ticket holders to pass through a security screen one at a time. As a result there was a crush ...