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I ordered tickets on line for the Kremlin to avoid the long queues so all we had to do was collect our tickets so that made it a bit easier.
Once inside the wall you were able to look around at your own pace. There were some no go areas with a guard where you weren't able to go but a lot of it is open. There are a number of cathedrals around a ...
... fall since then). Sunday was spent on a walking tour of Moscow including Red Square (red because it is beautiful in Russian, not because of the brick colour), the Kremlin, St Basils and the Lenin Mausoleum. The afternoon was spent inside the Kremlin visiting the 5 churches, all now museums of church iconography from about 17Century. The evening was spent at a classical music concert in the Bolshoi Theatre, on the historic stage, and ...
... watching a famous tourist spot in Moscow where it is said to be good luck to throw coins over your shoulder while making a wish. What is not said is that there will also be several opportunistic individuals waiting to simply collect these coins as soon as they land and to effectively steal your wish! Helen was, in particular, so fascinated by this that it was only when she was distracted by two very small and cute little bunnies....sorry Brendan......that she could ...
... the Kremlin, and the Armory Museum of the treasures of the Czars. The mysteries of Mother Russia await us, but we are grateful to have arrived on time, and delighted to have tasted the delights of Moscow with a 5 mile walk, a visit to Red Square, an enchanting Russian circus, a tour through Moscow by Night, and an inside look at the Kremlin, military, political, and religious heart of Russia!
... a gun to one of the most heavily guarded fortresses in Europe.
We continued on to the cathedrals within the Kremlin at Cathedral square, where 5 different cathedrals surround a square. Earlier we had observed a military ceremony there (similar to a changing of the guard), but now it was full of tourists taking pictures of the 360 degree views in the square. In addition to the churches there is the Czar Bell, a 200 ton bell that is the ...