Morozovka Park Hotel
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... of the Imperial Palace before coming to the Armory entrance. There are various rooms of imperial treasures. One room is dedicated to clothing worn by the tsars and tsarinas at special events such as their coronation, and vestment robes for clergymen that we favorites of royalty. The beading and embroidery on the vestments were far more impressive than the other items in the collection. Another ...
... My turn. Smiling and pretending that I had neither overheard that conversation nor could understand the info above her kiosk, I excelled in playing my blond role and asked for tickets to both venues. She sighed and resigned in defeat said “here” as she threw 4 tickets in front of me. Armoury was “now” as she indicated by repeatedly tapping her watch face showing 11:57 for the “12:00 to 13:30” admittance period, now drawing an invisible line with her ...
... to a different line. At this station there are many statues representing people and events from the revolution. Next stop was a quick visit to Red Square just to use the loos ! Now we walked to Theatre Square where we were able to take a good look at the outside of the Bolshoi Theatre. From there we walked to the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. This beautiful church is a replica as the original was ...
... at the hotel to meet the rest of the train travellers, and have a briefing about the trip. We have another day of sight seeing in Moscow tomorrow and leave at 5.00 pm tomorrow afternoon on the train.
We are not sure how good the internet connections are going to be as we head east. We have been delighted with how good it has been so far. We will try to keep the blog going daily, however we may have to post multiple entries when we ...
... hours are sporadic and seem to just close whenever they fancy doing so.
Once inside you have to fight your way through the hordes (having sharpened elbows helps) of other poor *******s who are here for other official ****, like getting a new passport or internal passport. ( Russians still have to own an internal passport to travel anywhere within Russia).
As you hang around waiting for someone to actually tell ...
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