Park Inn Veliky Novgorod
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Travel Blogs from Novgorod
... about having little tipple with breakfast. Out of the town, a lot of little old babushkas got off at stops I. The middle of seemingly nowhere. I'm sure there was something there. The bus soon got to the monastery, but I got off a stop too late and had to walk back. But it was a beautiful day and the road was lined with trees so I didn't mind. The monastery was very beautiful. Its still a working monastery so a lot of areas were out of bounds. The ...
... out of the Kremlin, got across the bridge, turned around and the sun just came out from behind the clouds and lit up the walls. Dinner could wait! Camera in hand I went for a walk around the walls, which was quite pleasant as the Kremlin is surrounded by beautiful parks. I made my way around to the Volkhov River, where there is a beach that is very popular in summer. I think it is artificial though. From the Kremlin gate that side stretches a footbridge across the river. While the ...
This was just a short stopover to break up the trip between St Petersburg and Moscow.
This city use to be the capital many years ago.
Almost the whole time we were here it rained, but we still managed to visit the Kremlin.
We treated ourselves to a couple of nice meals as opposed to the noodles and pasta we have been eating.
We catch the train to Moscow on an overnight ...
... bit dodgy as there were renovations happening on one side, however once we got inside it was fine. Once we had settled in we had lunch and then went on a walking tour of the medieval city. I was pretty tired and felt it went too long, (there was quite a long section spent inside another church) but the town itself was very pretty and it was a lovely sunny day. There was a river that ran through the town and there were lots ...
... the log cabin style of construction. From the 9th century Novgorod served as the centre for the infant Russian state, influenced greatly by the Viking invaders from the north and northwest. The village was dedicated to the architectural style from the 16th to the 18th centuries. There were agrarian folk houses and amazing churches. And inside women in 16th, 17th or 18th century period ...
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