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... passport & visa, & then you are issued with a Migration Card which is a record of you entering the country, just in case you have forgotten. You have to provide it again as you leave Russia, so they can tick you off as out of their hair. I hate to think what happens if you lose it, whilst it is an interesting place to visit I have no desire to stay here. The beautiful girl at the booth for changing ...
... Our pictures can not show the size or the magnificence of this treasure and I guess we were seeing all these sites at probably the best time of day. Lots of people and no cars. The flowers were out and the square looked amazing. We did not leave until about 11.00. So much to see and so little time.
FRIDAY: Today we have our 1st Moscow Greeter tour. Very exciting. Stay tuned.
... few glasses of the local version of mulled wine and delish cream cakes (one of the best eclairs I've ever had). The cafe is beautifully art deco and apparently the building used to house an apothecary (they've kept the old serving counter, which is scattered with scary-looking pharmaceutical instruments from days of yore). Again, they are so patient and great with Henry - the family unit seems to be highly respected. ...
... managed not to see yesterday which is commonly referred to as the Fallen Monument Park (or Park of the Fallen Heroes). A lot of monuments of the leaders of the communist era were here, as well as some of the symbols of the time. At the time of the collapse of the USSR in the early 90’s a lot of the statues were removed from their prominent positions in the city and dumped here. Essentially it became a statue graveyard. A number of the statues had been ...
... to take the statue away has been calculated to be too expensive so it has been left there and even the extremists who go around bombing things (statues of Czars) failed in their attempt to blow it up, so the public now accepts that this ugly statue will remain there.
Another stop was made at a nunnery where rich noble women were sent when their husbands were sick of them (thank god they don’t do this anymore!). The nunnery overlooked Swan Lake (the inspiration ...
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