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Travel Blogs from Suzdal
... of buildings and gardens. Guide dodged my question about how this incredible church wealth contributes to the welfare of the poor by telling us how money collected here is shared with other churches ... but no mention of the poor.
An excellent lunch was enjoyed at a restaurant across the road from the monastery ... salad, mushroom soup, chicken stew and honey crepes. Back on the bus and we travelled on some country roads through a number of smaller cities and towns. ...
... charm of quaint Russian village more so than to a lonely, isolated, forgetful place. So, rather than "charming", I would describe it as "real", which I suppose is a bit redeeming. The qualities that made Suzdal "real" surrounded us as we made our way to the hostel on foot. We were staying at a place strangely called Godzilla's, which was highly recommended by LP. It was a converted two-story wooden house, one of the few in the area that still appeared ...
... similar to the first. Just a short distance from the Cathedral of the Nativity is the small wooden Church of St Nicholas. Walking on you reach the top of the ramparts of the Kremlin. From there you have a view of all Suzdal completely surrounded by churches.
We finished our tour of Suzdal and had lunch at a small restaurant called the Bee Hive. As usual I had borscht and pelmeni. It was good.
... number 5 bus! lost in translation obviously to the many locals we came across. But after 8 different buses in a matter of an hour, we arrived back at our starting point again ready for the number 5 trolley! Confused? So were we!
Suzdal has Churches, Monasteries and Priories absolutely everywhere, almost next to each other and a market town square where traditional Suzdal Meade is sold Russian style (heavy on ...
... and with time before the train departure running down, I was getting a little nervous. I spotted a shopping center across the street and headed in that direction. Once in the mall, I quickly found a bank machine that worked on the first try. I then raced back to the station to purchase my ticket for the train. I stepped up to the desk and said "Vladimir," hoping the destination would be enough. She spoke to me in Russian, so I shrugged my shoulders and apologized for my lack ...