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Day Three: Lots of sights!!!!

A travel blog entry by tis


Day Three

After a lovely breakfast, we got started on the day. Our first stop was the Kremlin. We saw the outside of Putin's office, the Cathedral of the Dormition, the Cathedral of the Annunciation, and the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael. This also brought us to the quote of the day. "They whistle three times and then they shoot".


Red Square, The Kremlin then on to Siberia

A travel blog entry by almightyg73


... out with the Kremlin stood in front of me, and I have to say it is a very impressive sight indeed. Much bigger than you think from the photos I have seen and it takes a good 20 minutes to walk round the perimeter. The walls are very high and its hard to really see much up that close. The Kremlin is open to the public, however guess what? ...It's closed on Mondays! Monday? Who closes one of their most popular sites on a Monday? I think the Russian tourist board are ...

Coming of Age

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


... He said Moscow did not really support the champs with half empty stadiums but it did get better at the end which he said was good. He also remarked cuttingly which I agree with that by the end of the championship the Russians had actually started smiling so he thought a seven out of ten was a fair assessment. After his 200m victory he even attempted a Cossack dance to loosen up the crowd. It did not last very long & my only comment is ...

Last Entry from Moscow!

A travel blog entry by cjk2015

... Maybe I can learn a hint or two with winning multiple games of chess before I return to the United States. Did I mention that I bought a Cold War chessboard complete with red Soviet pieces (toting the hammer/sickle) and American pieces (decked out in the American flag)? The actual board is a masterpiece as well. The board is divided between NATO and Warsaw Pact areas and each individual square has a portion of the ...

Putin's Moscow

A travel blog entry by captaindort


... a little bit too) fashionable. It was also a more multicultural place than I expected, in the sense that it brings people from all over Russia. While the majority were undoubtedly Slavic, there were many Central Asian people who I'll simplistically label as 'Kazakhs', or in many cases, a variety of darker skinned people who I'll simplistically label as 'Uzbeks' even though they probably weren't. Even better, there were African men on the street, handing out pamphlets ...


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