Club Hotel Agni
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... horse ridden monument to Nicholas 1st dominate the area, get out, try to get closer to the cathedral but the police are blocking everyone. we walk a way, take our pics cathedral and get back on the bus. Traffic on the river is mainly tourist boats today but it is a large industrial waterway and at 1am every morning all the bridges open for boat traffic...it would be great to see. People are fishing along the sides, the water is brown but not dirty. Over the ...
... do in one day and still appreciate the masterpieces you are seeing?
Another part of the museum we enjoyed and would highly recommend is the Hermitage Museum Shop. The little shop sells some very tasteful gifts including Russian bronze sculptures, Faberge Eggs, Matryoshka Dolls, amber dinnerware, miniature porcelain ornaments, jewellery, handbags, scarves, a Cats of the Hermitage Collection and high resolution digital scans of the ...
... way to the Hermitage, (as usual we walked) we found ourselves in the middle of a full dress rehearsal of the Victory Day parade to be held on the 9th May.
Victory Day celebrates the end of WW2 or the "Great Patriotic War" in Russia.
the rehearsal included the entire ceremony with thousands of military personnel marching and a convoy of tanks, armored troop carriers, mobile cannons, ...
... was diplomatic when asked about the Ukraine. She basically said there were good arguments on both sides. She said she also had to be diplomatic about WWII. She always says Nazis put the city under siege, not saying Germans, in case there were any Germans in the tours she is guiding. Over a million died here in WWII when the city was under ...
... the so-called heart of Moscow historically, geographically and spiritually). And for 3 days we walked and walked and walked…. and saw so much – St Basil’s Cathedral, Lenin’s mausoleum (I was very keen to see his body, but opening hours are short, and it was closed on the day that we were able to go! – they were probably dusting him off!!!), the Kremlin, and an eye-opening trip to The Armoury, where the jewels, ...