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... demolished. Putin is considering rebuilding the original convent that had stood their for many centuries. It was unclear whether it would become a 'working' convent with nuns or not. Either way it's a change in direction from Stalin's day. Visited the Assumption Cathedral where the tsars were crowned. As the admission ticket it tightly controlled we only had time to visit the Annunciation Cathedral. Last time this was closed for restoration. It ...
... and slept a while. No worries for losing the first day, I head out around 8:00 pm, and it stays full daylight until about 10:30 pm, meaning the city and its people are alive. I can only guess it's the exact opposite here in winter, when its cold and dark most of the time. So goes day one, more to come.
*Red Square is noted for the famous St. Basils Cathedral and the Kremlin, the center ...
... morning, with the temperatures hovering near freezing, but we felt pretty fortunate as that is unseasonably warm for Moscow in the winter, and we had noticed temperatures in the single digits farenheit (-10 to -15 C) in the weeks prior to the olympics.
Walking across the cobble stoned Red Square it was impossible not to be struck by the size of the space, and the sheer weight of the historical significance of ...
... the platform display unit. The cold actually was stinging my face. Within minutes it felt like my whiskers had become brittle.
“We need to get the train to Paveletskaya so look for a station that starts with a character that looks like a square but with the bottom cut off.”
Roisin went over to the departure board and came back moments later. “There is about 5 stations that start with a character that looks like a square but ...
... to St Basil's where for 250 rubles, you can visit inside and take photos. It was really neat and consisting of a number of small spaces and chambers. You even get a great view of the State Museum at the opposite end of the square.
It wasn't long before we zipped off again, this time to meet our group in front of the Kremlin for our guided tour of the grounds and the armoury. You have to go through security, so I would recommend trying to go in the morning so you can take ...