Hotel Izmailovo Alfa
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... it here yet. 2 large cheeseburger meals and 1 large chicken meal came to $700R which is approx $20AUD- so normal ish. And it tastes the same!!!! We said goodbye to Jeska as she was our last person to farewell and headed for the gate. Out flight was with Aeroflot. They have a bad rep and a lot of complaints online. I thought they were great. The plane was very clean, seats were large and leg room was perfect- ...
Overcast drizzling rain & windy today. Walking tour of Kirillov-Belozersky Monastery today which was founded in 1397. Now an impressive museum housing Russian icons. 1497 icons of paintings of evangelists Gold embossed royal doors only about 150cm high covered with precious stones Embroidered icons Robes sewn with silver & gold thread. Crosses, bibles, & septum of silver Embroidery cloth ...
... if worried they'd be checked in public. Moment of the afternoon came when we spotted Nadine 'she's got a pretty face' Muller and someone shouted to get a picture for Rob, whose quote that is. Steve went one better, bounding up to ask for a picture and being only momentarily checked by her hand keeping him out of the shot they were currently taking. Great picture, but even better is wondering whether she'll ever know that that funny English bloke in the hat ...
... Union, appeared in the West in 1986.
When you have a visitor (friend or anyone else) you have to offer them at least a coffee or tea with cookies, it's rude if you don't feed your guest. The latter, might explain, why we have been offered cookies and drinks everywhere, we went to by now.
Yesterday, we did a hop on hop off bus tour through the old city. Unfortunately, it was only half of the promoted tour; the full tour would just run as of July 1. Well, a pity we ...
... to sell us tickets, we assumed thats what he was doing as he walked pasted and mumbled "tickets" to us. Thursday saw us heading to the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, which was two stories of quite amazing art, largely Roman, Greek and European classics. There was a dizzying array of classical statues which were impressive even if most of them were plaster casts of the originals. We saw art from the like of Rembrandt and others. We also ...