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... we were going to the little village, Suzdal, the next day, so agreed to go together. Jin's a lovely chap and it was nice to have someone to spend a bit of time with. Coming out of my shower the next day, I found Jin had laid out breakfast for the both of us!
Made our way to the bus station to catch the 45 min bus to Suzdal, I picked up a bottle of vodka on the way for general supply of course. Suzdal is a really pretty village on the banks of a river with ...
... winding tunnels, up and down stairs and through the looking glass. All the while we were squeezing closer to the departure time of our pre-booked train to Vladimer - the city from which we would try to find the bus station for the 45 minute trip to Suzdal where we would try to find our hotel. Clear? No? Don't worry about it, we got to the station, made the ...
After brekky, the 14 of us plus Olga piled into a nice little minibus (an 18 seater Merecedes Sprinter for all you Bus Spotters out there) and took a 5 hour bus journey out to a little tourist town called Sudzal, about 200 kms east of Moscow. This town has 33 cathedrals and about 12 000 locals. The journey out of Moscow took forever as the traffic is quite terrible. Traffic jams everywhere, ...
... century buildings that now house a museum and a restaurant. I went and had a look around the museum. The first room had a big model of how the town looked in the medieval period, complete with wooden walls. The next few rooms contained archaeological finds from the town, including trade goods from as far away as Iran. They have also found quite a few Mongol arrowheads, which isn't surprising at all. After the Mongols sacked the town, Suzdal never again rose to prominence ...
up if you have ever stayed in a dirty hotel – I’m sure there are a few of you!!
Hostels are a place to meet fellow travellers. It’s a place where you and
others share your wealth of knowledge about where to go/avoid and what to see
or do. Often you will hear about a place that you previously dismissed and you
end up re-routing your whole trip to go and visit it. Believe it or not,
travelling does get lonely – ...