Bonjour Yuzhnoye Butovo
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... but we had to settle for seeing his work place. Apparently though there is a home for him in the kremlin he prefers to live in his mansion on the outskirts and when he is driven to the kremlin all the roads are shut on the way. He chooses to work normal hours and so the traffic congestion and jams are notorious. The pressure is on for him to fly! The Aussie in the group wanted to go inside the kremlin buildings but that wasn't going to happen. We had asked for ...
... along the fountains of Russian fairytales (without water due to the weather), to an open air photo exhibition and to old Arbat street with many shops with the Matrioschka dolls and nice wooden spoons.
On Sunday, Antonina and I went to the center again. Due to our big metro experience the day before, it was almost easy for us to reach ;-) we visited Lenin’s Mausoleum because it is open only few hours per day. It was ...
... the far end of the square to St. Basil's Cathedral. It's the one with all the multi-colored onion domes. We braved the crowd and purchased a ticket to go inside. Although the artwork that was splashed across every square inch of the walls and ceilings was interesting, I was much more drawn in by the uniqueness, and authentically Russian design, of the exterior. After all, paintings of Jesus start to all look alike after a while. We then grabbed a couple of slices of pizza ...
... I can go into the middle of Red Square and complain all I like about Reagan and his politics'". It was all in good fun, and it was also good to hear about the background of some of the places that we visited. Part of the tour took us to some of the original rock foundations of the Kremlin wall, where it is customary to try and get a coin to land on the top ridge. I tried, and failed. Jess tried, overbalanced backwards and threw her coin into the crowd, ...
... disappointing. Maybe it was because my expectations had been lowered, but I was very impressed with the inside of the building. It turns out that each of the nine colored domes that you can see from the outside, are all individual churches. Each one has a different name, style and purpose. It was very cool to see so many different styles within the same building. And luckily, I was able to take pictures inside. There ...