Hotel Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport
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... and the huge canon in the Kremlin gardens. The artwork on the walls of the many churches and cathedrals is not to be believed. Huge wooden doors with metal studs, golden letters on top of the round buildings, bells of all sizes in many belfries all around the Kremlin. There is so much to see in just the area of the Kremlin, we were gob smacked. I hope my photos have done it justice.
The weather was beautiful, skies were blue and the crowd was having ...
... we then headed out to Red Square to view yet another cathedral...St Basil's. This is the cathedral that is the one you think of in Moscow with the colourful onion domes and it is very grand. In retrospect we probably should have looked at this on another day to the Kremlin because there are only so many cathedrals you can appreciate in a day! There isn't that much to say about Red Square....it's a huge cobbled square next to St Basil's and the Kremlin, and it ...
... had the potential of being a scorcher. So lucky. I took a trip out on the metro (the stops are cool in themselves, chandeliers and mosaics!) to the cosmonaut museum and walked around the nearby soviet exhibition park. Giant soviet monuments and impressive fountains. And finally a normal neighborhood on the outskirts of town not filled with Range Rovers and Porshes. Oh, and I saw Lenin's embalmed body which is creepy. Maybe it is time for him to be put ...
Our first official Intrepid tour starts today, which meant moving to better digs. We packed up and backpacked across town to a much fancier place with a plush lobby full of Russian business men looking down at us smeggy backpackers. Our room was ready so we checked in, but Mandy needed a wee lie down. Hours later, after a most excellent snooze, we finally began our touring. At 3 pm! It's tough being on holiday...
Found a chcoolate factory/museum ...
... looking straight ahead to the stage. The music was outstanding and the four hours went by so quickly. Highly recommended to musicians and non-musicians (like the old lady a few seats along from us who talked loudly all through the first act! - it seems quite common here not to be silent during performances and also to bring along a variety of food and drink with you in plastic bags.)
After a ...