Hotel Savoy Moscow
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
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... panic, sweaty sprinting, mild cursing and the near break up of our marriage one day into the trip!) she was still waiting for us at the correct meeting point with a warm greeting. Elena was a terrific guide, and kept us thoroughly interested, educated and amused throughout....William Fonfe, you would definitely have enjoyed her distinctly Russian jokes. Such was Elena's ability to guide us, and our need for constant guidance, that the time between tours sadly ...
Next up was a slightly less cheerful museum but just as interactive. At the Gulag Museum we got to sit in a reconstructed dorm room on hard wooden bunk beds wearing Russian fur hats and padded winter jackets. The displays here were in English but that just meant we could understand the brutally depressing stories of those sent to the gulags. I can now see why Dostoyevsky said you can tell a lot about a society from the way it treats its prisoners.
... tall but with a relatively small footprint & one was used for the crowning of the Tsars until the 1917 Revolution.
As we came out the various units were displaying their skills & one band gave an incredible performance combining complex choreography & excellent playing, somewhat similar to the US marching bands. The whole parade was very impressive & it was clear that all the participants were enjoying the process in front ...
... the rooms thick walls are windows. Maybe a meter and a half of wall between the rooms. The Cathedral is set up like a museum glass boxed artefacts. As we walked up the inner spiral stair case we were greater by four male singers. The sound was phenomenal hair standing on air the acoustics and this large inner dome made for music. The outer domes on the second floor as with downstairs all had there own feel different styled screens and the walls decorated. ...
... after casting was completed. Not knowing what to do with a ding that doesn’t dong, the bell became a temporary chapel in the 18th century with the hole serving as a door.
Heading out of the Kremlin we crossed Red Square in to the relative warmth of GUM. We were recommended to eat at Canteen 57, an eatery that serves food and drink at very reasonably prices. We headed toward the ‘Fountain’, a popular meeting point and well known to locals ...