Kebur Palace Hotel
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... days, poor Lenin looks across the square famed for its historical military parades, past a gaudy temporary ice rink, over to the shop fronts of Dior and Paul Smith in the extremely decadent GUM shopping centre opposite: which is perhaps not the resting place he imagined. On this note, apparently Lenin requested to be buried next to his mother in a church graveyard in St Petersburg, something Stalin loosely interpreted as "embalm me, paint my ...
... kind of split up after that. Some went to the Ballet, some went for dinner and I went shopping. Went to Okhotny Ryad, a massive underground shopping centre. Then headed to GUM and found a really cute souvenirs store and spent up!!! After another long and tiring day, I decided on some 'me time' and watched some tv and hung out at the Hostel. Another massive day tomorrow, and packing and leaving on the train for St ...
... the Archangels Cathedral and the Church of Laying our Lady’s Holy Robe all from the 14th to 16th centuries. The Kremlin is totally walled off and lies next to Red Square. Only one gate is opened to tourist entry and exit.
... and served with fried unleavened bread and thick yoghurt. Delicious…. When we were offered a horse or camel ride (we chose horses!) the farmer galloped around at a fearsome rate brandishing a long stick with a noose attached (an urga) to catch the horses! Being a non-rider I became increasingly nervous – as he took a good half hour of frantic activity, and expert horsemanship, to round up the horses that weren’t too keen on being ...