Golden Ring Hotel
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... This is an amazing city!!! Dinner in Russia was slightly different. They like salad, soup and meat. In that order. They love Dill (the herb) it is in everything- so much that I feel it overpowered anything it was in. These restaurants are very American Cafeteria style. Get a try, get the food and pay at the counter. Odd for Russia. After dinner I decided to head to bed- so exhausted and such a long ...
... any photo I've ever seen.
Unfortunately, Red Square was being prepared for a major outdoor show, so temporary barriers blocked us from going to certain areas.
But we were able to walk around and see the exterior of Lenin’s tomb (it was already closed for the day) as well as the area used as a reviewing stand for dignitaries when they watch the military parades passing through Red Square on important occasions.
... as are those of Bely & Skryabin. We visited the Church of the Saviour of the Sands an 18c church with a white bell tower but beautiful murals and iconostasis inside. The US Embassy is also here in a secluded side street and at the end of the road is another of Stalin's 7 Gothic style skyscrapers which is now the home of the Foreign Ministry ( must be a lot of people working in there it's huge! ) Some souvenir shopping finished off our visit and we walked the ...
... large at the fall of the Soviet Union. Most of whom work in the government, are involved in the extraction of natural resources, or are somehow connected to the organized crime rings that ran Russia following the collapse..
I can't speak too well about the organized crime due to my lack of knowledge (it's not widely written or talked about), even though it's rather common to see a group of rough looking customers, ...
... since the Middle Ages but they were used for something else. The first church we visited, The Church in the Trinity in Nikniki used to be where the KGB played ‘beat ‘em ups’. And I don’t mean on their Nintendo or X-box. They saw themselves more as a ‘blue print’ for such computer games!!
The walk took us past the Old English Court that used to be home to the first British Embassy. Following under an underpass, we found ourselves on ...