Hotel Novotel Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport
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... this part of the walk we watched outdoor swing classes and could see all the way back to the Red Square. Closer though from this vantage point was an old chocolate factory that has since been converted to a fashion exhibition and other small temporary shows. I was told that Moscow is moving the actual factory work out of the city so many of these old buildings are being converted fro use as trendy exhibition centres for temporary ...
... Tatar attacks, Russia finally fell under Tsarist rule in 1613. For over 300 years the Romanov Tsars ruled before the Communist revolution of 1917, followed by the spectacular fall to Capitalism in 1991. Moscow had now become a modern city and one of the most expensive in the world. I often get asked what's Moscow like to visit. Growing up I had an images of nuclear warheads, leaders with unusual birthmarks, rather butch Olympic shot putter women and a mysterious city that couldn't ...
... viewed the eternal flame which is a memorial to the 30 million Russians who lost their life during the second world war. The Kremlin far exceeded our expectations, both in magnitude and its architectural beauty.
The tour concluded after 6 hours of walking, standing and listening and so we decided to retrace our steps taking in the fresh but cold Russian air. On our route back we viewed a Stalin sky scraper 1 of 5 and some seriously large leaf blowers before ...
... We then went to the other building of the Pushkin Museum. the Impressionist side. Interestingly the Pushkin Museum was originally called the Alexander III museum after the Tsar. After the Bolshevik revolution the name was changed to the Pushkin Museum. The collection on the Impressionist side was lovely and we spent quite a while there. We had lunch in the cafe of the museum where one can get a very nice lunch for ...
... only one missing was Ivan the Terrible whose tomb is hidden behind a altar screen in the cathedral. The Armoury exhibition was nice too but not worth the 700 rouble price tag. Lots of shiny silver and gold pieces, speccy Fabergé eggs and a good collection of Russian arms and armour. But even here for the most part all the silver and gold pieces didn't excite me. I was also disappointed with the lack of remaining history in the Kremlin overall. ...