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We checked out of the Hotel Vesta and wheeled our bags up Nevsky Prospekt, a long block and a half to the Moscow station. When we had arrived on Saturday night it had been snowing but the efficient St Petersburg council workers had cleaned the street and footpaths of Nevsky Prospekt of snow by Sunday afternoon. However, early Tuesday morning the …
... the space monument as I was poised to snap but a police guard appeared and whistled him down, nothing like being a little bit naughty ;)
Having walked several miles around Moscow we decided to head back to our retreat, stopping at a lovely noodle bar on the way back, I even tried champanisky, Russian fizz, yum. Interesting loo with two toilet pans???
Relax time before the next train journey tomorrow to St Petersberg ...
Sadly, it's time to leave this beautiful and amazing city!! Can't wait to come back! But thankfully, Sweden has one more treat in store for us. While on board a 16 hour ferry ride to Helsinki, we will be treated to an amazing view of over 10,000 islands, which comprise the archipelago of Sweden. Supposedly the sunset (well, as much as the sun sets over ...
On our first day in Moscow we had a city tour, which stopped in Red Square. The name “Red Square” has no connection to Russia’s communist past – rather it dates back to the 17th century when the Russian words for “beautiful” and “red” were interchangeable. The name was originally applied to St. Basil’s Cathedral and later used for the whole square. It was almost unreal to actually ...
... they were going to St Basil’s so it stuck. The inside has been decorated many times throughout the years from ‘Giraffe’ style by Catherine the Great, to white to the original brick pattern. The reason for the 9 alters was because the Russians did not know how to build a large expanse roof, only able to build for height.
Moving on to the ‘Unknown solider’ memorial. The memorial is guarded by two soldiers at ...