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TripAdvisor Reviews Heliopark Suzdal
Travel Blogs from Suzdal
... to be a special place and had been granted that by Rostov Boyar first ruler of Russia whose son Sergiev built the monastery there and became one of the most venerated saints In Russia. Usual story, son didnt agree with fathers aims in life, went to devote himself to God living in the forest,built a small church, started performing acts of help and kindness to the locals added in the odd miracle which still occur today ( tricky that) and gained fame mostly because ...
... we were going to the little village, Suzdal, the next day, so agreed to go together. Jin's a lovely chap and it was nice to have someone to spend a bit of time with. Coming out of my shower the next day, I found Jin had laid out breakfast for the both of us!
Made our way to the bus station to catch the 45 min bus to Suzdal, I picked up a bottle of vodka on the way for general supply of course. Suzdal is a really pretty village on the banks of a river with ...
... to my dismay, I felt the beginnings of a sore throat. Must've been all the walking around town in the brisk air. I headed back to the hostel to organise train tickets and accommodation for the next few legs of my journey. Thankfully the Russian railways website is fantastic to use so this was easy. I got talking to Peter, a Canadian also doing the trans-Siberian about our travel plans. We were joined in the dorm by two other Canadians who had just arrived, Iphi and Olivier. ...
... we had a fairly good idea of where we wanted to go and roughly
how long we wanted to stay in one place, it’s just matching available and
suitable transport to that that was the biggest factor – that and how much we
dis/liked a place! We have been travelling at quite a leisurely pace so far,
but I think the pace will pick up soon enough and we will need to find a
‘rest-stop’ somewhere along the route.
... here. I was gonna use it as a blueprint for something is Aus. This is where the Tzars used to send the ex wives and any wife past their use by date to get them out of Moscow. I recon we could use something like this in Australia. It is still a working convent so is pretty well kept. On the way home I stopped for dinner. I had fish, it was very nice, and one of the few times I have actually known what I am eating. Stopped at the supermarket for a couple of king browns. ...