Royal Zenith Hotel I
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... 2) Russian People would be obnoxious and particularly unhelpful (based largely on our experience obtaining our visa) It was almost as if word was sent out that Adam and Helen were coming and you better prove them wrong because, about this, we really could not have been more hasty in our judgement. In fact, it is now at the stage where if we stand looking lost with a map in our hands for more then 10 seconds in a crowded place I would be disappointed if no one comes ...
... cameras and then acted slightly peeved when we didn't follow his advice. Still, without him we would have probably spent much longer in the various Kremlin museums and churches but with much less focus. The tour itself focused mainly on two parts of the Kremlin. The Armoury, which is actually a museum displaying artefacts from over one thousand years of royal rule in Russia, and the Cathedral Courtyard, which is surrounded by four onion-dome cathedrals. The ...
... dinner before going to bed pretty tired.
Saturday 21st June - Moscow
Another *********** the tourist trail. The weather was warm & dry & Helen met us at 10am after breakfast. We walked down to the Kremlin where we entered & walked around the gardens before we chanced on a military parade complete with a host of graduating soldiers of both sexes & military bands. We stopped to watch as ...
... thru the gates there where people dressed up in traditional dress wanting money for photos. On our left was a small chapel. As we walked in the beams of light from the small windows draw your eyes. The walls dark painted and a small que of people lighting candles while others pray. A chap in his mid twenties kissed the base of a painting before hitting his head gently against the frame. The space was small in church terms, a space of real solace for ...
... almost 40 tons and has a length of 17.5 feet. The canon balls weigh a ton each although these were produced in the 19th century as decoration. The original cannonballs would have weighed approximately 800kg and been a mass of small metal balls or slugs packed tightly into a canvas bag known as grapeshot.
A few yards away from the Tsar cannon is the Tsar Bell. This is another super sized piece of casting. I feel like I have walked in to the Land of the ...