Holiday Inn Moscow Vinogradovo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Back in the sun light we headed for the cheerful spires of St Basil's to tick off one of the major Moscow sights. The church is like an inverse TARDIS in that it is smaller on the inside than it looks from the outside. Instead of the cavernous space you'd get in a European church it was a warren of chapels and niches all of which were brightly painted and often covered with gold leaf. There was a surprising amount of information in English but by then we were a ...
... pass said gate 47. After an hour hanging around the terminal, we headed to the gate, but noticed that airport monitors now listed the FinnAir flight departing out of gate 4. A gate agent at gate 43 was adamant that gate 4 was correct. Only TAM Airlines used gate 47, he claimed, and they flew only to South America.
Before trekking back through the terminal to gate 4, we walked to gate 47, where several of our group ...
... repairs & then returned to our hotel along another river embankment & the Nevsky Prospekt as it just started to rain.
We were picked up at 11.30 to catch the 1.30 train to Moscow & the journey took about 10 minutes so we sat down & had a coffee before passing through scanners on to the platform where we stood & froze for 40 mins. The High Speed train arrived & we boarded it after yet another check on tickets ...
... white striped onion dome? Since Ivan the Terrible decreed it, that’s when!!! OK perhaps his nickname had something to do with the millions he had executed during his reign, not that I’m condoning what he did but they probably would have died of the plague anyway!!
After another pit stop in GUM, Moscow’s premier Department store (still standing after all those years, eh Dave!), we headed around the side of the Kremlin to watch the changing of the guard ...
... having seen in pictures of Moscow is the St Basil Cathedral, the building designed like a bonfire of flames. The interesting thing is the original name, Trinity Church or Trinity Cathedral, referred to the original 9 churches, eight positioned around the ninth in the middle. The 10th church, built over the grave of a local saint, Vasily (Basil), was built later but is the one by which everyone references the entire group.
Another key part of ...