Hotel Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport
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... and silver diplomatic gifts to Russia; some 17century ceremonial armour and weapons; stunning horse drawn carriages and sleighs; display cabinets with coronation gowns and wedding gowns for various tzarinas and quite a few crowns, mitres, sceptres, maces and orbs.....Having recently visited the Tower of London and with my expert eye for bling, I suspect what's on display in London pales into insignificance compared to this lot AND ...
... at Red Square with the guide, who accompanied us into GUM, and translated the descriptions of numerous antique automobiles on display, including the limousine used by Josef Stalin.
Finally it was time to board our bus, which took us to the Moscow Hilton for a dinner banquet of, what else but beef stroganoff. Again, just like yesterday, it was tough but tasty. But Alan reported that the vodka was much higher quality than what ...
... large at the fall of the Soviet Union. Most of whom work in the government, are involved in the extraction of natural resources, or are somehow connected to the organized crime rings that ran Russia following the collapse..
I can't speak too well about the organized crime due to my lack of knowledge (it's not widely written or talked about), even though it's rather common to see a group of rough looking customers, ...
... we headed out past The Great Kremlin Palace and the entry to the Armoury. Coffee break; for Lea and Ben the novelty of enjoying a cigarette with there drinks inside. Our plan was to head out to a Market but just before we headed to the metro we first came across a political demonstration. Everyone wearing red coats and holding red flags in lines listening to a speaker. We found someone who spoke English who explained it was an anti demonstration. It was quite intimidating ...
... 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 ...