Barvikha Hotel & Spa
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... may have been a sign in Russian indicating whether it had been relocated or was closed for the season, but we couldn't understand any of it. We asked at hotels and passing tour guides about where the tourist information office was and they all thought it was still in the Patriotic Museum. This is Russia.....In the afternoon we visited The Armoury within the Kremlin, a very large museum with more church iconography; room after room ...
... is really rare in the bar. But the thing i noticed is, almost is everywhere you go, there is a gogo dancer in the clubs and bars. I guess it's pretty common over here.
There are so many interesting things to see in Moscow, and so much fun stuff to do! We didn't have time for all of it, so there's plenty of reason to come back here to have a great time!
The entry is short and happy for this time, but the adventure continues...
... now. Also, the american U2 spy plane which was shot down during the cold war had its own exhibit in the museum.
Cosmonaut museum was awesome.....the russians did just about everything first, animals in space, 2 dogs and a monkey! satellites, all but putting a man on the moon. but maybe that was just staged anyway. pfffft. hehe
apparently beards nor long hair are not popular in former communist countries...and people stare...
... 8217;s compliments. I don’t want to sound sceptical but I will be checking our bill on ‘checking out!! For now this was a perfect end to a perfect, if not long and cold day. Today has been around the minus 20 mark. As the average deep freeze is only set to minus 15, this gives an idea as to how cold it has been. . I hear from now on, the weather is going to get warmer. Tomorrow is only scheduled to be minus 18 degrees C!!! Practically tropical…by Russian ...
... More for bigger plots. We saw where Raisa Gorbachov and Nika Kruvschev among many other notables were buried. I've added a few pictures. We also visited The Church of Christ the Savior. It was built in the early 19th century. It took 30 yrs to build. It was built to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon. In 1931, Stalin blew it up. He had plans to build a huge moment to Lenin. When he found out what the cost was going to be he shelved the ...