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... work of Nicholas Roerich.
These were just a few of the fabulous painting on display here.
We opted to stay in the city after the gallery tour so headed back to GUM, strolling past elegant restaurants, brassy bistros and kids hanging out at McDonalds.
After getting a bit lost on the Metro (to put it mildly) we finally made our way back through the heavily wooded park by the dock.
Here was another wedding party having ...
Yep. It's cold. I realised I have spent so much time booking travel and accommodation for this trip that I have not done my usual research about what to do when we actually get there. This is my excuse for turning up at Moscow airport with no cash, no idea how to get a taxi and no idea where our hotel was. We then had to deal with a barrage of dodgy cab drivers asking if we wanted a taxi. I have dealt with this before at airports but this lot were in a new ...
... permafrost in the tundra, among other issues.
Then they ran a non-subtitled version of "The Fifth Element" with Bruce Willis.
The boxed breakfast we had been promised turned out to be a white bread sandwich with two little strips of chicken on a lettuce leaf, smothered in mayonnaise.
At each end of the coach, a digital sign displayed time and date, outside temperature (55-66 degrees), upcoming stations ...
After our usual delicious breakfast of fruit muesli yoghurt & eggs florentine we met our fellow travellers for our Volga Dream trip Aleksy was our 31 yr old male guide, he had studied theology for 7 yrs including lecturing at Uni but it was ...
... was the Novodevichy Convent, founded in 1524 it's probably a nice place to enter, I however avoided it due the entrance fee. I walked around the walls to the nearby park where multiple wedding were having photo shoots in the hot and muggy Moscow morning. Adjacent to the Convent is one of the most famous cemeteries in Russia, Chekhov, Bulgakov among others are buried there, but the gravestones are amazing. Life size granite bodies, larger than life busts, and lifelike ...