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... in a Soviet style canteen.
It was raining really heavily the next morning so I headed straight to the Kremlin to visit the Armoury. Unusually for Russia they let me in at 9.45 even though it didn't officially open until 10am. The collection is vast and to be honest I soon got bored of seeing yet more gold, silver and gemstones. Perhaps the ...
... Street and Teatralny Passage. One of the shortest and most expensive streets in Moscow, it is surrounded by exclusive designer shops such as the well known Roberto Cavelli outlet. Nearby is the site where archeologists uncovered the 16th Century fortified wall which once surrounded Kitai-Gorod.
Nikolskaya Street includes a myriad of buildings with fascinating histories. The famous Moscow Ferraine Pharmacy was one the largest pharmacies in ...
Got up this morning, wanted to tackle vatican but was unsure how to do it. Took the lazy route and joined a tour group. Older italian woman shuttled group of students and I around vatican museum, sistine chapel, st peter's basilica, and st peter's square for 3 hours. All were completely packed, got more of a taste of what I'm guessing peak-season europe must be like. Sistine chapel was cool, enjoyed detailed ...
... driver decided we weren't worth the effort.
The Radisson is one of Moscow's Seven Sisters - seven buildings built in the Stalinist Gothic style. The miniature Moscow is housed there, and is quite amazing. It's a 400-square foot model of Moscow, at a 1:75 ratio, and with perfect detail. It has a realistic lighting system, and lighting that changes from daytime to night, when lights shine out of the windows and street lamps light up. We spent quite a bit of time ...
... it. I will reitterate that there is nothing better when your traveling then to spend your vacation with a local.
After our lovely brunch, we met up with one of Katerina's friends, Egor, to continue our day at a location no one was disclosing to me. We got back on the Metro and headed for the center of Moscow. From there we walked down Old Arbat street. Katerina tells me this is one of the few pedestrian streets in Moscow. It was a beautiful little street lined with shops, ...