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... we likened it to Somerset on steroids.
Rather than returning to the ship for dinner we ate at a restaurant in an old chocolate factory across the river from the Church of the Savior. It was a private dining space and the dinner was excellent. After dinner we had to walk back across the river to the bus and head to the ship. Once we got back we had to pack up and be ready to get off the ship in the ...
... up, busy ringing! The real reason though is a piece broke off during the fire of 1737 and stands beside it, as do the hundreds of tourists wanting their photo taken! Guilty! The Tsar Cannon, the largest calibre cannon in the world, with cannon balls that don’t actually fit the cannon keeping it company, stands nearby. Not a single shot was fired from the cannon.
The Cathedral of the Assumption, Dormition Cathedral, Maria Entschlafens, Maria Himmelfahrt Kathedrale ...
Our British Airways flight left on time at 09:00 and arrived in Moscow at around 15:45. Our very first experience in Russia was the immigration queue which was very long and slow. The officials scrutinised every detail of our passports and visas so it took nearly an hour to get through.
When everyone finally got through, we boarded the coaches to travel the 50 kms to where the ship was ...
... was rebuilt in the mid 90's as an exact replica of the original. It was very beautiful inside.
We also saw the Novodevichiy Convent where all the ex-wives of the Tsar were sent when they were up-graded for a new model - as the guide said - better than losing your head like Henry 8th wives.
We drove up to Sparrow Hill the highest point in Moscow for a panoramic view, and also Moscow University, one of those amazing Stalin Seven Sisters buildings. There were ...
... gate 47.
Several of our group were still missing, and rumors were circulating that many had fallen prey to the wrong info on airport monitors. Dani and I started back to gate 4, where we ultimately rescued several travelers still dutifully believing the monitors and the information on display at gate 4 promising a flight to Helsinki.
Finally back at gate 47, a second point of confusion arose in that FinnAir ...