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... fell asleep while watching Modern Family...which was a first. Slept for a good 6 hours and woke up to breakfast and a movie - the Groundhog Day-themed Edge of Tomorrow - before we landed at Moscow's Domodedovo on schedule. First impressions - grey with bursts of autumn colour and onion-domed churches...but mostly grey. On the road was a mix of old, grimy Ladas and Skodas, and some very flashy SUVs with completely tinted windows. The area we drove through as we left ...
... closed but the building is beautiful - no ballet for us!
The Kremlin had a number of gorgeous churches with some amazing art in them and nice grounds that provided a cooling respite from the tourist trail.
The State History Museum was really enjoyable. It started with stone age tools and continued up through the Imperial past of the czars, but strangely, stopped there. Everywhere we go there is no mention of the Soviet ...
... s Park. Before Gorkys there are views of the Carherdral of Christ the Savior, then in the central island where Red October is a large art pirate installation dominating the skyline. It was here we also entered the Art Muzeon Sculpture Park. In places the sculptures are very dark depicting Russian military past. Then the next bit was more or a joyful fun sculpture of a boat filled with rabbits playing instruments. Then a metal cage of ceramic heads. Between ...
... the stadium. Oh look, Farah and Rupp lining up. Sometimes life works with you. With five to go through plus five fastest losers both were in a group of five that moved away from the rest and qualified looking comfortable as the front three, two Kenyans and an Ethiopian, raced off to the finish. The women's 20km walk finished on the track too, slightly chaotically. Russians were 1,2,3 coming into the stadium, with cones marking off for them to do ...
Today is Sunday, July 14th and we are going for a three-hour tour of the Kremlin. We had lunch at the Mall described above at Cafeteria 57 with a Comrade theme. Later in the afternoon, I am meeting with Galina Melinova, a woman that I know from the International Women's Forum Conference that I attended in San Francisco last year. We had cocktails at the hotel and had a great conversation about what it is like to live and work in Russia today. Her son attends ...