Park Inn By Radisson Sheremetyevo Airport Moscow Hotel
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... back to our hotel along some back streets lined with huge 18c style mansions which we presume are now offices or flats. After a wash and cool down off we go again to Kitay Gorod area. This is alongside St Basil's Cathedral at the end of Red Square. One of the houses is known as the Old English Court, this is a house given to an English merchant in the 1550s by Ivan the Terrible after one was shipwrecked near St Petersburg. The Tsar allowed them to trade ...
We left Moscow at about 10am to very little traffic,heading southeast to Tambov, Roads gradually deteriorated,mostly down to a gradual rebuilding of the road network,I think in maybe a couple of years all of Russia will be super highway such a shame. Most of the drivers drive like they are taking part in formula 1 anyway and sometimes they are ...
Another day, more rain and lots of traffic - 8 lanes of traffic, few traffic lights. While on the bus, we got the history and feelings about Putin and the Russian govt. Our tour director spoke of corruption, graft and lust for power by Putin and his friends. Putin began his career working for the KGB. They estate his net worth at about $100 billions. Russians pay 41% in payroll taxes. By the time we ...
... to St Basil's. I have been to Moscow three times now but had never gone inside this iconic building. It was not expensive to go in and after a short queue I paid less than $10. This building is really named The Cathedral of the Protective Veil of Mary. It has become commonly known as St Basil because the tomb of St Basil the Blessed is in the crypt there. The building actually harbours 7 different chapels, one for each of the visible domes. Inside there are ...
... badly done wax work. If I'd done some proper research before hand, I doubt I would have gone in. We then chilled in red square for a while, saw the unknown soldier & the changing of the guard. Julia came back to take us on a tour of the city. Some of us couldn't get into the oldest church in the city as we were in shorts, me included. We finally checked in, got showered, ate birthday cake & split up to go for dinner again. It's Seb's birthday so we went for a really ...