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... the armoury to see the equivalent of the crown jewels but the queues were too long and we decided against waiting. Anyway we wandered around the grounds, saw the biggest bell ever made - 17tons - with a large chunk out of it from fire damage and the most enormous cannon ever built. It stood two men high and the balls were larger than half a car but it was fired only once and never again - all for mind games against the enemy. Nothing has changed much. A good ...
... industrial smell of coal dust hanging in the air. At about 4.30 the ticket officers each came to their assigned carriage and, in their long blue coats and red berets, opened a door at one end of the carriage, checked tickets and allowed us on. The train was pleasantly warm at 20 degrees a welcome respite after the zero degree cold outside. Needing a modicum of comfort we had opted for a first class compartment, and although the outside ...
We start the day with a tour of some of the more lavish Moscow Metro stations. The first station was opened in 1935 and it now has 325km of lines handling 6 million passengers a day. As it was built relatively recently the stations are a lot bigger and airier than the London Underground which we are more familiar with. Stalin ordered the metro’s artists and architects to design a structure that embodied svet (radiance or brilliance). This reminded passengers ...
... and out of sleep for most of the flight. I was a little concerned about clearing immigration because of everything that’s going on with Russia and the Ukraine. It turned out to be just like Israel though. I had expected a bunch of questions, but I didn’t get asked one. The guy looked at my passport, stamped it, and I walked right through. My bag came through without a problem, and my next task was to find the train into the city.
... came to mean 'red' due to people's thirst for bright colour, during the long drab winter months. There we lined up for one of the strangest exhibits yet, Lenin's tomb. With security overboard your bag & camera are checked in to be collected later. You then enter this very dim hallway where it would be easy to fall down the stairs & the air is quite chilling just like ...