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From the gates we continued down the main road to the Cathedral of the Assumption, overlooking the Klyazma River, it was founded in 1158 by Vladimir prince Andrei Bogolubsky. Apparently the cathedral suffered massive looting and violence during Tatar invasions, but was restored in the 18th century. It is another stunning UNESCO world heritage listed ...
Two hundred and twenty km north-east of Moscow is Suzdal, a small town with a big history and a big attraction for tourists. For us, getting here involved a frenetic trip through the Moscow metro where changing lines required a lot of asking Russian only speakers for help, pointing at maps, getting on and off trains, going up and down really long escalators, ...
... the somewhat dour exterior to find the life and the heart.
We took our minibus back to Moscow and caught the overnight sleeper train to Novgorod. We shared our 4 berth cabin with an old Russian couple heading home to Novgorod, but that was all the interaction Steve could draw out of them with his, by now, vast Russian vocabulary. They appeared disinclined to engage with the tourists...
... Moscow. I ate under the arcade before heading off to the Kremlin museums.
The Kremlin of Suzdal isn't like that of Novgorod, Pskov or Moscow in that it never had stone walls, only a most, and and an earthern rampart topped with wooden walls. When the Mongols sacked the town, I'm sure the Suzdalians regretted that decision. Nowadays only the most and earthern rampart remain. Within the Kremlin is the Cathedral of the Nativity, one of the oldest in Russia, and ...
... directions on our pamphlet to our hostel.
We are often asked about where we stay while we are travelling. Most
travellers tend to stay in hostels, while most tourists (our age) tend to stay
in hotels, but then tourists don’t spend 5 months hoping from place to place
and trying to make their money last. Each place has its pro’s and con’s. Generally,
one would expect hotels to have a higher standard than a hostel – ...