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... is also all male, where it was all female, and where it's been both. It sounds beautiful, not unlike plainsong. The other major difference is that people can wander in and out of services. I can't follow the service, held in Church Slavonic, so don't know whether there are natural pauses, or whether it doesn't matter. It's very different from ours, where we expect people to arrive at the beginning and stay until the end. Back in Moscow we had a great walk today, full of sculptures. ...
... closed but the building is beautiful - no ballet for us!
The Kremlin had a number of gorgeous churches with some amazing art in them and nice grounds that provided a cooling respite from the tourist trail.
The State History Museum was really enjoyable. It started with stone age tools and continued up through the Imperial past of the czars, but strangely, stopped there. Everywhere we go there is no mention of the Soviet ...
... I wanted to quickly check up this one road. We were so glad that we did, because we walked into this plaza in which we were given four different menus, each from different restaurants. You take a seat in the middle plaza area, and on each of the four walls a cooking area is inset but all the waiting staff work across all four restaurants - you can mix and match your menu choices between Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and I forget the other one. The menus ...
... sunshine on our big adventure. The Sun Gods are clearly smiling!
Exiting into the city of Moscow, we once again stumbled about trying to find our way to our designated hostel. The Metro in Moscow is world famous for its stunning architecture and artwork and we had a Wow! moment at almost every station. We are planning on taking a guided Metro tour tomorrow. The Metro here also has ...
... courses, though I was heading the opposite way. In a clearing, for me apropos of nothing, were pianos. Five in a group, then a couple more I could see further up. Not playable; there was a sign that probably explains exactly what they are apropos of, but it was no good to me. I couldn't find a way, at least not quickly, to stay on the trails and follow the river so my options were to head to the road or back down to the promenade by the river. I picked the ...