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Travel Blogs from Suzdal
Wanda is just fine and we are v pleased that the tyres don't seem to be going down too quickly and the engine oil doesn't need a top up just yet. Also very pleased that we have this wonderful loom band keyring which was kindly made by Eleanor and Verity for our ...
Made it to 3000 miles today just outside Vladimir. Not really sure why Russian cars have indicators as they never use them, they just put their hazard lights on when they pull out of a junction! Trying to cover some miles today so we can enjoy the mountains and lakes nearer the Mongolian ...
... solid stature, the huge bosom, the face carved in granite, the black jackboots - and that's her. She took us around the walled monastery, the local Kremlin, many churches, some museum piece peasants' houses and finished up in the history museum where 4 of the local monks performed a short hymn. Great harmonies and excellent acoustics. We left a tip but didn't purchase the CD.
All of ...
... 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.
... take us straight
to where we wanted to go, but as with every trip we have been on, you are never
100% sure if you will make it to your desired destination. After once again
gluing my nose to the window and reciting the first few letters of the town’s
name in Russian Cyrillic, we got to where we wanted to be – in the pouring rain
– no surprise there! We took a battered old bus to the centre of the town and