Travel Blogs from Suzdal
... was McDonalds because it is cheaper than anywhere else in Moscow, which was different also. It was more clean and the food was actualy good haha. Afterwards we hit the streets which our main focus was old and new Arba street, which hosts markets, street preformers, and other jolly attractions. With so much around and so little time to see everything has made me determined to spend more time there, perhapse in the future. The tour guide I went with was ...
... beautiful, with cloudy skies and a light sprinkle. This only added to the beautiful flat plains which as the tour guide explained is unique to the mostly forest region of Nizjney Gorod. The cathedrals were very impressive and varied from centuries but all had their unique charms. I also had a chance to pick up some souvenirs for people since lined across every street are tents selling different Russian trinkets. Meanwhile my stay here in Vladimir is proving cozy ...
... life. After settling in we walked into town for dinner. We found a nice place, though again without an English menu. The waitress tried to translate as best she could, until she let on that she speaks more Spanish than English, esta bien. Turned out be a pretty good meal, chicken breast and fried potatoes that were both done well. After leaving we stopped by the market to pickup some supplies, like bread and vodka, then returned to the hostel. I decided ...
... Peter the Great, Ivan the Terrible and mostinterestingly, Ivan's father Vassily III. He sent his first wife here on grounds of her infertility. But when she got there, she found she was pregnant. Too late to stop the divorce, and fearing her child would be considered a rival to any other heirs her ex husband had, the story goes that she adopted the child out secretly after birth, and pretended it had died, going so far as to stage a mock burial. This legend was ...
... has had to be really well planned
as we only applied for a 30 day visa, and we have a lot of ground to cover in a
short space of time. Have you seen the size of Russia – really, find a map and
take a good look at it, it’s huge and the distances you cover are quite
extraordinary! We had a long list of places we wanted to visit and had worked
out the logistics with the help of travel forums and the rail website. Before
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