Atlanta Sheremetyevo Hotel
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... the armoury to see the equivalent of the crown jewels but the queues were too long and we decided against waiting. Anyway we wandered around the grounds, saw the biggest bell ever made - 17tons - with a large chunk out of it from fire damage and the most enormous cannon ever built. It stood two men high and the balls were larger than half a car but it was fired only once and never again - all for mind games against the enemy. Nothing has changed much. A good ...
... to see the dead Lenin in the glass coffin highlighted in red. Later we went to the Kremlin museum which was quite nice. We could see some more orthodox churches from inside with all the icons and the painted walls. Also the red wall around Kremlin with all its towers was quite impressive.
It was a nice weekend with the highlights of Moscow and I enjoyed my first experience in Russia :-) don't miss the other pictures below!
... before walking a few blocks to the Tverskoy District, an upscale shopping area. This is where we located the out of place Gulag History Museum. The entrance to this museum was easily identified in between the ritzy shops by its archway with barbed wire strung over the top and large photos of political prisoners hanging on either side. The majority of the exhibits focused on the post WWII persecution of Buddhists by the Soviet regime. There was also a small ...
... hurt from laughing. For lunch we were directed by the guide to try a particular Russian restaurant that caters better to tourists, they have menus in pretty much every language: Dutch, English, Swedish, French, Portuguese and on and on, the whole place is decked out in traditional Russian decorations, and the waiters and waitresses are dressed in traditional Russian outfits. When we arrived and they asked "What country are you from", to which we ...
... pictures allowed in any of the churches in the Kremlin, but it wasn’t a problem in St. Basil’s. The atmosphere was also helped by an a cappella ensemble of four men called Doros. They were singing operatic church hymns, and while it wouldn’t typically be something I liked, it fit perfectly with the surroundings, so it was great.
By the time I’d finished up at St. Basil’s the weather ...