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... gunpoint, how he and two others had to remove their church clothes, and in the end, how they were shot.
I know of these stories 1500 years ago, almost mythological. But this seems like yesteryear. How a person died for his faith.
Our last touristic visit was closer to home, so to speak, St.Nicholas! Saint of sailors, hence his arrival by boat every December 5 in Holland.
This beautiful church is still under ...
... are few and far between. Stalin outlawed religion, so a lot of them were destroyed to make room for other things (like more space for tanks to get through). Those that survived also seem to be war memorials of some kind and that's what saved them. Most of the stories found their way to "...and then Stalin came and destroyed it..." Our guide seemed younger than me and remembers being 5 when her parents brought home the first candy bar she'd ever had. They split it ...
... quite prominently on the menu - I wasn't complaining. As this would be our only free day, we decided to go to Red Square. We (eventually, after walking half an hour in a light drizzle) found the subway station. Sign language and pointing was the order of the day...if we got that far - more often when we stopped to ask for directions, we got a "No English" - and no help. Once though, as we pored over the subway map, trying to decipher station names (our Cyrillic ...
Stage 17 August 7th: Shakhovskaya to Moscau , km 150
What a day that was, finally standing here in the Red Square!
I wrote to my friend Lee that morning, will meet at Red Square at 6 PM.
The weather was fine leaving Shakhovskaya, my legs are now in such routine, a 150 km stroll to Moscau should be easy.
As closer to Moscau, as bigger the traffic volume ...
... humour of the tour guide. After the tour, we went to the lunch place that the guide had suggested which was decorated in all traditional Russian decor with the waiters and waitresses dressed up and Russian folk music played in the background. We were given menus in English so no need for Word Lens and we both ordered pancake type meals which were cheap and yummy. After lunch we walked to the supermarket and got some snacks for the plane and then went in search of ...