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... may have been a sign in Russian indicating whether it had been relocated or was closed for the season, but we couldn't understand any of it. We asked at hotels and passing tour guides about where the tourist information office was and they all thought it was still in the Patriotic Museum. This is Russia.....In the afternoon we visited The Armoury within the Kremlin, a very large museum with more church iconography; room after room ...
... We then crossed the street and entered the huge GUM department store. Actually, it’s more like an indoor mall, filled with expensive boutiques and restaurants.
In the Soviet days, GUM was reserved for Communist Party officials and important dignitaries. But now, it’s open to anyone who can afford its prices.
Joyce and Marion had gone ahead, and were having tea at one of the restaurants.
Alan and I ...
... waiting at the crosswalk, almost every car is a BMW, Mercedes, or Audi, and the high-end street side cafes are usually packed with the ultra wealthy. The worker bees I understand some. They're 6 deep, in a two-bedroom apartment, eating sack lunches, and finishing up their hour and a half commute to the city center. But who are these ultra wealthy?
The ultra wealthy are referred to as the "oligarch class." And, this class ...
... or just wanting to know a bit more. Next was Annunciation Cathedral, with dramatic paintings. Then the Assumption Cathedral, here I got told off for looking a bit to closely and touching a padlock to a locked chamber where a piece of Christ robe is stored. Lea got told off for touching a pillar, a second telling off for her, the first was for stepping off a pavement into a road inside the Kremlin. The fourth chapel was a smaller than the others with large wooden doors. ...
... This park is to commemorate victory over fascist Nazi Germany in World War II, or "The Great Patriotic War" as it is known in Russian. The Great Patriotic War is still a recent memory in Russia's lengthy history and Russians, no matter what age, take pride in victory for a few reasons:
1. Russia paid a terrible price for victory. It had the most casualties out of any of the participants in World War II ...