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... in simple hand-spun overalls.
We certainly weren't prepared for fun city.
We started to realise how totally wrong were our assumptions once we started noticing some very gorgeous modern buildings as we approached the city.
What were these delicate silvery edifices and leafy business parks?
Where were the concrete rabbit hutches packed with plebs and ex-serfs, survivors of Stalin's gulags?
Where was the evidence ...
... and after much nodding, sweating and pointing at screens I purchased my ticket on the Sapsan high speed train to St Petersburg...phew! The one thing I have noticed whilst here is that all the buildings, shops, metro stations in fact anywhere inside are almost too warm so the advice of layers was right as your soon peeling them off when indoors, maybe it's just me having spent years in a cold workshop and my extra insulation?..ok fat! Im definitely ...
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 flight from Hong Kong to Russia before breakfast of fresh fruits, croissant, chicken & mushroom congee & juices (apple , tomato & orange.) Flying into Moscow the multi-story buildings all looked identical & resembled stacks of D size batteries We arrived at Moscow airport around 7am then a 1.5 hr drive to our Hotel through wooded forests on the roadside & many dilapidated buildings as the countryside gave way to ...
... by a driver working with the company to bring us to the hotel.
We checked in relatively smoothly and were given a walking tour soon after settling into the room. I have learned a couple Russian words of "hello, thank you, and bye". I find the emphasis they put on words at certain syllables is unnatural to me.
The walking tour brought us around the city via public transit. We saw ...