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... tyres. It was a bit like landing on a vibrating machine.We were met by the people from the hotel we had booked and transported back to it. It proved to be very ‘rustic’; that’s the best way L can describe it. The people were friendly, spoke some English and gave us a lovely cabin. It was rustic too, but nice and warm and very comfortable. It was much colder here than in Arkangelsk.then we set off to look around the place. It’s all ...
Sorry for blog silence. We arrived in St Petersburg last Sunday, and in Moscow on Thursday. St Petersburg felt huge. And at 3x the entire population of Estonia, it is. Coupled with the change of language, it felt quite overwhelming to start with. I have taught myself Cyrillic, but I need about a second per syllable, so it is slow going. And, of course, just turning a word into English letters ...
We passed through several locks during the night & 2 this morning. Talk on modern Russia- very interesting. Then cooking class on Blini (Russian pancakes) & Pelmini mince filled miniature pancake mixture. The weather - waves are to rough/high for us to be allowed to cross the Lake Onega so we are stationary till this pm when we will do a tour of a ...
... seeing. These being: Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral, the Kremlin, the Bolshoi, various museums and the GUM also known as The State Department Store. GUM is a 'must see' shopping mall dating back to December 2, 1893. It is a spectacularly impressive and massive building that has been a thriving commerce address since then with the exception of the Soviet era when it was largely converted into government offices- except for a few places ...
... were several impersonators loitering just outside being paid to have photos with the tourists. The Stalin and Lenin were very popular, but Putin was looking a bit lonely.
We sat down and took it all in for a while before taking a bunch of happy snaps, making onion ring hats. Again we noticed lots of really gorgeous, stylish women hand in hand with pudding-faced Russian blokes. ...