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What an interesting day today. We travelled all this morning and during the morning we had a chance to talk to the tour guides as a group and ask anything we wanted. Nothing was off limits. We found out a bit about their personal lives, but finally we got the chance to ask their thoughts about the situation in Ukraine. As a couple of them grew up in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine on the border with Crimea it was a wonderful chance ...
On day 2 in Moscow we started again with a walk down to Red Square. We passed through the square and continued to the Chamber of the Romanov Boyars. A "house museum" of the family home of the Romanovs in the 16th and early 17th century. This was the family home and birthplace of Mikhail Fyodorovich, the first of the Romanov Tsars. It was a great museum, providing an interesting look at the life of a Russian noble in 1500-1600s.
We returned to Red Square ...
... 4 km to get there. After leaving these nice people and after snuggling their two black cats and their neighbors' puppy, I thought that I was completely satisfied and I headed back to my hospital. (Я должн 72; сказа 90;ь, что это была не перва 03; моя ...
... for the exercise, say they run east-west) Along the major road they seem to be very long as they are connected by arches. The arches have wrought iron gates which are closed except for a smaller gate were people can walk through.
From time to time a gate is open leading to the streets behind the buildings to allow cars into the area, they lead to many small car parks. Once you have past under the gate you see other high-rises perpendicular to the one along ...
... it had now stopped snowing but thawing out, causing massive puddles) the street was very quiet. However, I did manage to pick up my souvenirs!
Tonight we will take an overnight train to St Petersburg, the last leg of the journey. This time it will take 8 1/2 hours which is a walk in the park compared to the distances we have covered! Although by the end of the trip I don't think I ever want to get on a train again!
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