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... all very different starting with Lithiuania which is the least developed of the three and more agriculture to Latvia, more developed with both manufacturing, agriculture and some high tech, to Estonia which is very high tech both in software and communications. All three of the countries have had a significant Russian influence and only gained their full independence from Russia in 1990/1991. They are very aware of them sitting on or close to their border and it ...
... and of course the arms, armour, weapons, etc. that you would expect in a place called "The Armoury". The thing that blew me away the most though was the opulence of court life. I had of course read about it, and as vaguely aware but I don't think the full scale of the finery, and extravagance sunk in until I saw these examples of it. We actually discussed it in some detail as we wandered around for the rest of the day; noting the incredible disparity between the way that ...
... We did the small audio tour and it was an hour. It was great and useful to know what your looking at. Some of the girls went to the Jewels- they took about 30-45 mins and they said it was amazing. They saw the worlds 4th largest diamond. After that we headed to the Cathedrials and unfortunately we ran out of time. You would need to allow 4-5 hours just for the Kremlin. Some of us met the Honcho at St basils. And ...
... only be two between St. Petersburg and Moscow), and speed, which reached as fast as 230 kilometers per hour (143 mph).
Joyce tried to sleep, but had a hard time finding a comfortable position.
There wasn't much to see from the train, just lots of farmland and forests, with a smattering of small villages in the distance.
Upon arrival in Moscow, we were hustled aboard a pair of buses for a ride to a relatively ...
... many blokes just wandering round at 8am with a can or bottle of vodka in their hand, drinking as they walk along. I'm not talking your average Chav here either, I'm talking well dressed blokes in suits carrying brief cases etc, all very bizzare but hey its Saturday, I guess the drinking culture in Russia is even more hardcore than our own.
Bag all packed and off to the train station it is to head to Moscow. Russian train stations are a bit ...