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... established in the 10th century on the trade route to Persia, and thrived as a merchant town until its sacking by Mongols in A.D. 1238. The town centre has a Trading Square (Torgovaya Ploshchad) and is surrounded by convents and monastries as well as the 13th-century Kremlin (which means "fortress" in Russian). Apparently in the 16th century the population of ...
... shops, and a wooden church. It was fairly interesting and pleasantly quiet. We then headed over to Torgovaya ploschad, Suzdal's market square. This is unmissable due to the stand-out trading arcades flanked by pillars. Along the western side of the square, dozens of young art students were busy trying to recapture the town's miniature skyline with paint and canvas. Some had done so very well. Along one side of the square is Graf Suvorov and Mead-Tasting ...
... guides have amazing knowledge of the history of Russia dating back over 1000 years so it's quite impressive to hear them rattle off all the facts and figures. Nadia was no exception and had it all down pat. Some of the other travellers thought she was a bit robotic but, as Steve will testify, some days you just go through the motions. You can't be up all the time. She certainly knew her ...
... some of its small grounds.
Dinner time wasn't too exciting, but a fun group dinner as the 9 of us ventured down the main street without the CEO. While the food wasn't too special, I did get to try one of Suzdal's known drinks: medovukha - which is like a honey cider. Some people here call it mead or honey wine, but it's much closer to a cider. It's quite good and refreshing.
... Someone came to help Sean and showed him where to go, but when it
came to paying for our baggage, Sean wasn’t sure of the amount, so he ended up
giving the lady who was helping him his wallet and she sorted through all of
the Rubbles to get the correct amount!!
It took quite some investigating
and planning to get there straight from Moscow as it’s very slightly off the
beaten track. We eventually found a bus that ...