Park Inn Veliky Novgorod
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... Churches all next to each other, all being of different ages. Some are not in use as they are badly damaged and fulling apart, they are not very lavish like most Russian Churches but are just a simple white. It was really cool to see, then we walked across the river into the Kremlin, on the way we saw a cool fountain. The Kremlin was a pretty fortress which once was the cultural center of the town. This town is actually the oldest in Russia, dating back to ...
... grand asphalted area before Lenin'a statue. National sports are considered to be ice hockey and skating. In fact Russia is world champion in ice hockey. I supposed this fellow was a ice skater or ice hockey player keeping in shape during the summer on his rollerblades. I'll explore this old city's Kremlin (castle) further tomorrow, including the monument to a Thousand Years of Russian History, in the daylight and when things are open and then catch the overnight sleeper train to ...
... early thirties. She warmly welcomed us to the city and expressed her delight that we were there.
Though snow had begun falling the night prior, it was apparent now that we'd seen most of it. Nevertheless it was a pleasant feeling to be walking across gravel pathways and feeling the frozen ground underfoot.
The wooden architecture museum essentially consisted of a small township, of 10 - 12 timber structures, including a church, ...
... shorter due to the impending rain (again) and the rather large biting and stinging insects, we headed to our hotel to get situated and ready for dinner. The hotel provided a dinner for us...chicken, again. Another comment on food - while I have not had access to a lot of English speaking news channels, we have known about the ecoli outbreak in Germany and other parts of Europe. We also know that until they could find the cause of it, there were ...
... 8217; and that definitely adds an air of grandeur to it. The Hermitage itself was phenomenal. As anyone who has ever met me knows, I’m certainly no culture vulture, but even I was moved by the awe inspiring interior of the place. It made the innards of Windsor Castle look like a squatter’s bedsit. Room after room was simply plastered with ornate and decorate pillars and ceilings. Carruthers would have had a field day in there. ...
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