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... a bit of a display of maritime equipment upstairs. Most interesting was a trip to a tiny island off the Kola peninsula where there is a large flat rock that sailors have been carving their names in for hundreds of years. the oldest date is mid 16th century. We walked to the Negotiation Rock, a large flat rock with something carved in it dated 1854, and to the ‘labyrinth’ an imitation of one somewhere else on the Island. There are many of these ...
... and she made her section last for days. She said people used to have money, but there were no things to spend it on. You just couldn't get ordinary things like specialty food, specialty clothes (jeans were $1000), cars (if you had money for one you got on a 10 year waiting list), etc. Now there are things, but the people don't have much money. She asked how many people were warned not to come here and everyone basically raised their hand. When asked why, an ...
... however, for example at service staff, did almost uniformly, get warm smiles in response. We got to the Bolshoi Theatre and Red Square without too much trouble, and I hoped that Nikon's weather sealing lived up to its reputation, as I took photos in the steady drizzle. An interesting quirk of Moscow's streets, at least the ones we had to cross - most crossing of roads is via underpasses, with very few on-road crossings. The alternative is jaywalking, which is a ...
... churches. They had paintings covering the walls & ceilings depicting biblical life. There was no blank walls at all, a bit overbearing really. Most churches dates back to 17/18C. The paintwork/ frescoes in some buildings had never been touched up but still in good condition. There were lots of craft stalls selling Russian handicrafts of wooden dolls, painted trays etc ...
... It is like they are trying to expunge it from memory. I guess the wounds are still fresh. An exception is Lenin's tomb which many Moscovites want removed but others don't because it is effective at catching a lot of tourist rubles. We declined to visit Mr. Lenin's corpse. The post-communist focus of today seems to be on looking good in high heels and dreaming about being the one who gets the Ferrari. Human nature, isn't that great.