Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel & Business Centre, Moscow
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Arriving into Moscow from Kiev at just before 0700 gave us time for a bit if a whirlwind dash around the Russian capital city. We had been to Moscow previously in 2008 on a trip that also included a visit to St Petersburg so it was nice not to have to rush and see all the major sights - although we did obviously have to see one or two!
... everywhere. The hammer and sickle and the great red star on top of buildings, the huge statues of the Great Patriotic War (World War Two for westerners) comrades holding their machine guns and defending the motherland. What do the locals think of all these things I wondered? Do some feel pride? Others anger or sadness at the capitalist presence in the form of McDonalds? Others disdain, as I do when I look ...
Well, we made it to Moscow..and a beautiful city it is...so much to see and do!
However, I thought it time to share a little about the train!
We just had 4 nights on our last but night one of the great train journey across Siberia to Moscow.The train is such an experience and there is certainly no glamour attached to it!
We shared a 4 berth cabin with 2 other lovely ladies. The beds ...
Overcast drizzling rain & windy today. Walking tour of Kirillov-Belozersky Monastery today which was founded in 1397. Now an impressive museum housing Russian icons. 1497 icons of paintings of evangelists Gold embossed royal doors only about 150cm high covered with precious stones Embroidered icons Robes sewn with silver & gold thread. Crosses, bibles, & septum of silver Embroidery cloth ...
... and a very colourful sight with its many twisting textured towers but again much smaller than you realise in real life.
A quick walk over the river allowed me to take in both Red Square, the Kremlin and St Basil's all in one as I looked back and all three together do look very striking to say the least. Over the river I meandered through a park as I headed towards the Statue of Peter the Great and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. In the park there is a ...