Hotel Izmailovo Alfa
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... of 5 male choristers singing in one the chapels.
The echo of the voices made it sound even more amazing.
History states that the architect had his eyes gouged out so he couldn't create another similar church.
The next stop was Gym (pronounced Goom).
I learned at school that this was a glass roofed market.
That was 33 years ago in the middle of the communist era.
What a difference a generation makes.
It's now an upmarket shopping mall ...
... and for hours he talked to us about how "back in Soviet Union, there were no drugs, everyone had somewhere to live, everyone had job", but that "now, much drugs, much prostitution, very bad". We learned thoughout the day that he was a lecturer at a university, and he was really very nice, even if a little obsessed with the good ole days. During the day we stopped at a station that had Babushkas, from which we bought a potato pancake, a cooked cold sausage, a cottage cheese filled crepe, and ...
... in the same city, whereas this morning we drove all the way to Germany to get to the airport. Of course, living in a small town, I hardly comprehend the size of Moscow. And in Moscow, it's not just the city itself that is big.
Have you ever been to a supermarket?
And I mean, supermarket?
When Yuri and Larisa took me to a гипер 84;аркет ...
Next we returned to the Metro and went to Mayakovskaya station. At first I thought it wasn’t that impressive though it was pretty enough for a subway. Then I got the story behind it. Milana talked a lot about Stalin and how he had exterminate some 30 million Russians for pretty much no reason other than being crazy and paranoid BUT he did build the Metro system and ...
... some more cathedrals, a monastery and the biggest football stadium in Moscow, called Luzhniki Stadium where Spartak Moscow play their home games to 89.000 fans.
Moscow rating from 1-10:
Accomodaion 2 (terrible and expensive hostel)
Sightseeing 7 (a lot of cathedrals and nice buildings)
Locals 2 (grumpy, angry and don't know English)
Food 7 (we didn't taste the russian food, but were happy with what we ...