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Travel Blogs from Moscow
... out some of the beautiful churches that are dotted around the city (there are over 600 churches in Moscow), went to the fanciest shopping mall I’ve ever seen, and finished in the Red Square and Kremlin. She told us a little bit about the celebration yesterday on 9 May, when Russia won the Great Patriotic War in 1945 (yup, that’s what they call WWII). In the mall I tried a traditional Russian drink called Kvass, which is a brown liquid made ...
... Towers...by us of course) at the far end, the palace looking buildings all along the left and the Kremlin buildings on the right.
I'm not going to get Ian into the museums to see all the 'old stuff' but he's up for trying to get into the cathedral as our travel book says you can get a good view of the square from inside the tower. Entry cost of about £5 each, which is good value but the view not that great so photo opportunity limited. The ...
... to the zone and waited. I did a short interview with Nesta Carter, as you do, and then we nearly cocked up in front of the boss again, standing in the wrong place. Mission ask question failed, mission hold microphone passed. It's not the hardest thing I've ever done, but up there with the coolest. Bolt is one tall man, looking back I was stood leaning over the desktop with the microphone about my head height and it still wasn't up at his mouth height. Summary: I ran, so did ...
... sights. Our favorites were especially Red Square and the Kremlin. (I can't even believe I'm saying this!) We were all amazed and surprised by the visuals! In Red Square, we walk into this huge, fabulous building and what is it, but a 1,000,000 sf very high end shopping mall featuring GUM (rhymes with Boom) department store. The building was a former trade building built in 1896, consisting of ...
... and friends can read it along with me as this save me going over the same thing several times. I have met people who don’t keep a diary of any sort and usually say that they remember things. Well good luck to them. I often say: where were you 7 days ago, and then they find out they often don’t know the answer. Anyway the blog can be turned into a book at the end of a journey. I usually use www.blurb.com as they have a ...
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