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... we were going to the little village, Suzdal, the next day, so agreed to go together. Jin's a lovely chap and it was nice to have someone to spend a bit of time with. Coming out of my shower the next day, I found Jin had laid out breakfast for the both of us!
Made our way to the bus station to catch the 45 min bus to Suzdal, I picked up a bottle of vodka on the way for general supply of course. Suzdal is a really pretty village on the banks of a river with ...
... caught the bus, took the taxi and arrived at our air-conditioned oasis only slightly frazzled. Not a big part of Suzdal's history, but it felt historic to us!
This medieval city (990 AD) is famous for its old domes and domiciles. There are 27 Russian Orthodox bell-towers and even more churches that didn't make the bell-tower list. Tourists also come here to ...
... and road works. No more complaining when we're stuck in Sydney traffic.
We were put into two guest houses opposite each other and we scored our own room with an en suite - very nice! The two of us took a stroll around the town and visited the nunnery. In the church the nuns were singing some beautiful hymns so we listened to them for a while before continuing our walk. At this ...
... Russian states, and the rest of the museum reflected this. At least that's what I think it did, as the English interpretations ran out along the way. Leaving the museum I then went into the Cathedral of the Nativity, which has some of its 12th century frescos surviving. The inside was very brightly painted, but quite small.
It was approaching lunch time so I went in search of food. Found an old style Russian tea house amongst a bunch of souvenir stalls. Had ...
... you are travelling with someone, and in
a hostel, you will always find someone to talk to. We have met some amazing
people in hostels, people who we are still friends with today. Another obvious
reason is of course cost. You can spend 1 month in a hostel and spend the same
amount of money in 1 week in a hotel. Most hostels have kitchens, or some sort
of cooking facility, which means that you don’t always have to go out in search