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... some newer apartment blocks which make the others look very drab. Suddenly our good progress slowed and came almost to a standstill. Eventually we came across roadworks that had taken a 7 lane motorway down to 3 lanes. Once past the road works we resumed good progress to Sergiev Posad where we would visit one of the most holy places in Russia and where Russians make a pilgrimage to show their faith and ask the monks to pray for them and their family. We passed through a ...
jumped on a bus for 200km - 5hr (dam traffic) trip to Suzdal. a small village east of Moscow. its such a beautiful place. with the most intricate timber work on the buildings. here we joined a service in a monastery that was built in the 10th century (it was later destroyed and the current one was built in the 17th century) and then had a tradition ...
... to the hostel, I redressed Jin's wound and put him to bed and then stayed up chatting, having a couple of beers and cigarettes outside with an extremely chipper Iranian ex-soldier, who (although I could understand him no more than I could Grigor) talked to me for ages about being in a war, getting more and more upset while doing so until he was weeping on my shoulder. I comforted him as best as I could, not sure whether I would have wanted to understand what he was saying.
... summer church) and a smaller church , the Church of the Resurrection ( the winter church). There were always two churches built beside one another, a larger one for summer and a smaller one for winter. We also saw a the house of a poor farmer. It was essentially one room the was bedroom, kitchen, dining room and living room.
We then went to the Convent of the Intercession which was founded in 1364 and ...
... obscured shops, some pretty houses, a river that a few people were swimming in and an old monastery and cathedral topped by blue domes with silver stars. Swallows were swooping around at sunset, and the sky was a gorgeous orangey-pink.
And there’s a very comfortable spa hotel. We stayed in three linked log cabins, each room having its own little shrine high in a corner (called the "red corner"). An animal carving topped each cabin roof. At ...
Other places to stay in Suzdal
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Torgovaya Sq., 2A, Suzdal | 4 star hotelfrom $86
Korovniki St., 14, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $93
Kommunalny Gorodok St., 9, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $8
Pokrovskaya St., 35a, Suzdal | Hotelfrom $84