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... miserable face in sight.
The Kremlin tour was packed with local families and tourists all keen to see the weekly changing of the guard which takes place during the summer only.
We were in luck being there at the right time to see it.
If you call standing behind people holding up cameras and selfie sticks with elbows, arms and cameras waving about actually SEEING.
They should be BANNED!
These hellish devices ...
... through passport control, and boarded two busses for the half hour ride to the train station.
En route, we were warned about pickpockets. Our guide said that it would be risky to keep any items in our back pockets. The gangs of professional thieves consider back pockets to be available to anyone.
Despite the early hour, the station was already crowded.
We passed purses and backpacks through a cursory ...
... China, silver, armoury guns & swords all from the 16 Century. Absolutely amazing & in good conditions Silver servers huge embossed plates chalices tankards. I have never in my life & all my travels seen such a large & magnificent collection of beautiful & old treasures. Apparently Britain & other countries melted some of their treasures down for financial reasons but Russia kept theirs. 2 churches 100% of the walls & ceilings ...
... platform. He had a few hours before his business meeting and offered to help us navigate the метро. Martin explained the general layout of the metro. After helping us purchase passes we were sent on our way to venture alone into the abyss of a foreign metro. Our first task was to navigate to babushkas house. Jamie's friend in the States is Russian and had arranged for us to stay at a friend's apartment. The keys to the apartment however resided ...
... for a safe haven and strategic position for our padlock to be fastened for eternity. We finally agreed on a prime spot, 2nd branch down facing North East on the tree just off centre from the crown of the bridge. Once the padlock was firmly locked, we sealed our bond with a kiss before I dropped the key over the side of the bridge in to the canal below. Momentarily forgetting that the canal was covered by a few inches of ice, I looked over the side to see ...