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... a shambolic waste of four hours, exposing our comparative incompetence. The lowlight of which was the time we spent desperately looking for a restaurant called 'Rym' in a mall, which Elena had recommended as an excellent introduction to Russian cuisine. Despite forever seeing signs for 'Rym', the restaurant kept appearing to elude us, until one hour into this increasingly perplexing search we realised that 'Rym' was actually the name of the mall and that one of us ...
... Back in the sun light we headed for the cheerful spires of St Basil's to tick off one of the major Moscow sights. The church is like an inverse TARDIS in that it is smaller on the inside than it looks from the outside. Instead of the cavernous space you'd get in a European church it was a warren of chapels and niches all of which were brightly painted and often covered with gold leaf. There was a surprising amount of information in English but by then we were a ...
At 12 we queued to go into the Armoury, a huge museum of Kremlin artefacts ranging from religious relics, bibles & vestments through gifts from foreign Ambassadors to the carriages of the Tsars & some very well preserved robes, both clerical & secular & the famous Faberge eggs. 90 minutes later we left, totally dazzled & exhausted.
Leaving the Kremlin we descended into an underground food hall where ...
... was the white chapel. The windows framed the red square, kremlin and river. To me it was worth every rubble. After walking around the garden we headed down to the side of the kremlin where we followed the line of the river and the wall durn to the bridge. One of the quirky and clever Moscow road features are the countdown clocks telling you in seconds how long you have left to cross or to wait for the lights to change. We crossed over to the central island on route ...
... as being documented in most good guidebooks. We witnessed not our first wedding of the day. When I say witnessed, I don’t mean literally as signing the register. The earlier wedding we saw included the bride, in here traditional white bridal outfit and 6 inch heels being helped over the cobbles of Red Square in sub zero temperature. Not what you want to see on your wedding photos!!
The winter Olympics this year are in Sochi, a city in the South of Russia. To ...