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... we were fortunate for a man who spoke English to point us in the right direction of the electronic machines to print our boarding pass. However after 'helping' us he wanted us to go to his car to get a parcel and then carry that parcel for him to St Petersburg to give a friend of his who would meet us at the train station. Yeah righteo mate - not a chance!! He hassled us for a bit but we stayed strong and I think he realised he would not crack ...
... Stalin came to power, who brought stability of leadership - not of the right reasons! During this time most Russians became cynical as they tried to remember the time during their childhoods when Lenin ruled Russia. After the fall of the Iron Curtain, the Russian people hoped that they would be better off. Unfortunately corruption got in the way and money created a great divide between the poor and rich.
The perception we had before arriving ...
... around the helipad beside the gardens. The Armoury Museum contains much more than military items. Many, many gold and silver items over the centuries for church use, royal use and ambassadorial gifts. Of course there is a large display of items made by Faberge including his eggs. Maxim commented, quite rightly I realised, that all of the popular Faberge tourist eggs etc are very gaudy and tacky as Faberge's original are beautiful for ...
... fashion that you would never dream of in Russia. I have never, in all my life, with all my travels been into a shopping centre with so many expensive shops. It reminded me a bit of the Queen Victoria building in Sydney but 10 times more opulent & 10 times bigger. The outside of the building was also beautiful. Outside the Gum store was a lovely long mall with seating & flower beds of petunias. A very large ...
... old part of the city in Kitay Gorod. We saw enough onion domes to make you cry and even caught glimpses of the old city walls in a subway tunnel.
Taking advantage of the fine weather we walked from the Kremlin across the river and then along the South Bank to the sculpture park. Now, I enjoy a good bust as much as the next man but I did tire quite quickly of all the Lenins, Stalins and Brezhnevs. We enjoyed views of the Red ...